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 Advanced Christian Leadership Training for International and American Students

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Customized Personal and Peer Mentoring

After discovering both the felt and underlying needs of potential mentees, we teach and demonstrate how to apply biblical and Christian thoughts to those needs so that they can effectively apply a Christian worldview to social and workplace challenges. We provide peer mentoring as well, through monthly meetings and activities with our Wilberforce Academy Fellows.

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Cutting Edge Program Events 

  We offer retreats and conferences that attempt to answer the question of how Christians can impact various social spheres by skillfully, creatively, courageously, and intelligently applying a Christian perspective to pressing needs in society and the workplace. We also provide training and support in planning a redemptive project where Fellows gain project  development and management skills. 



Politically centrifugal forces--- those that drive Americans from the moderate (not mushy) center to radical political extremes on the Left and Right ---are winning the day in America because the Christian cultural consensus that once united them is long gone. And the elite-motivated effort to substitute a progressive culture is not only failing, but actually drives Americans farther apart. 

Economic growth does not produce political freedom. That just several hundred Chinese Communist Party leaders will make Xi Jinping president for life confirms China’s citizens lack political freedoms, even while they become richer. Most scholars once imagined that growing wealth would generate political freedom in China. But, this hasn’t happened in China, as I almost forecasted nearly a quarter century ago.



Comparative Worldviews course (Spring 2018 registration now open)

  • Meets online (Platform: Google Hangout)
  • Mondays at 9 am Central
  • January 22 through April 23, 2018
  • Register now here

Spring 2018 International Student Symposium

  • April 10
  • 7 to 8:45 pm
  • Venue: Anselm House (1337 Cleveland Ave N.)
  • Presentations by four international students who share a Christian perspective on their home societies
  • Co-sponsored with Anselm House