Education: M.A. in Christian Thought, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Biography: John Stonestreet is the Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview and also directs conferences and curriculum projects for Summit Ministries. He is on the Biblical Studies faculty at Bryan College.
A popular speaker at camps, conventions, and conferences, he works annually with thousands of parents, teachers, and students on developing a biblical worldview, understanding comparative worldviews, defending the Christian faith, applying a biblical worldview to education, and engaging important cultural issues.
He is a Fellow of the Wilberforce Fellows, a division of Breakpoint, and is the co-author with W. Gary Phillips and William E. Brown of Making Sense of Your World: A Biblical Worldview, 2nd. ed. (Sheffield, 2007), as well as numerous web and journal articles.
John joined the Summit team in 1999, and has served numerous roles including directing the Eastern Summit programs in Tennessee and Virginia. He, his wife Sarah, and three daughters live in Colorado Springs, CO.
Education: M.A. in Christian Thought from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Select Speech Titles: 1. Why Students Walk Away from their Faith (and what we can do about it) 2. How We Lost Our Minds: The Challenge of Postmodernism 3. For What Are We Responsible? The Christian’s Calling to Engage Culture 4. Why Worldview Education is Crucial 5. When Worldviews Collide: Making Sense of the World in Which We Live 6. Marriage, Family, and Society: Why This Institution is Worth Fighting For 7. Answering the Tough Questions We Have For God 8. Amusing Ourselves to Death: Entertainment Culture and the Christian’s Responsibility