Foundation WorldviewNashville, TNRogers, ARWaco, TXMobile, ALDenver, CO
Elizabeth Urbanowicz is a follower of Jesus Christ who is passionate about knowing Jesus and making Him known. Elizabeth holds a BS in Elementary Education from Gordon College, an MA in Literacy Education from Northern Illinois University, and an MA in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. Elizabeth spent the past ten years teaching elementary students at a Christian school and designed Foundation Comparative Worldview Curriculum to meet a need she found in the classroom — the need to prepare children, at an early age, to recognize, evaluate, and reject the hollow and deceptive philosophies they encounter in our culture. Elizabeth now works fulltime on developing comparative worldview and apologetics resources for children. Her goal is to prepare the next generation to be lifelong critical thinkers and, most importantly, lifelong disciples of Jesus Christ.
Workshops from Elizabeth Urbanowicz ( may vary by event location )
Mommy, How Do We Know the Bible Is True?
If we want our children to be lifelong disciples of Jesus, they need to understand that Christianity is not a blind faith. We have solid reasons for believing the Bible truly is the Word of God, but how can we help our children understand this in the elementary years? In this session, we will examine the reliability of Scripture and discuss developmentally appropriate ways in which to present this information to our children.
Helping Our Children Navigate Doubt
Doubts can be a healthy and necessary part of any authentic faith journey. However, the Christian community frequently views doubts as negative, harmful, and unbiblical. How can we foster a home environment that welcome’s our children’s questions and uncertainties, while also pointing them to the truth of the Christian worldview? Come explore practical ways we can help our child develop a confident, robust faith in Jesus.