Frequently Asked Questions
Do the students need to read the literature selections prior to attending the worldview camps?
No, it is not necessary. Most of the time the students have not read the selections; however, they generally leave with the desire to read the literature discussed. Of course, if they have read it, they are better equipped to participate in the discussion group.
Do you limit the class size for the worldview camps?
Yes, this is very important to us. We limit the class size to 20 participants. We like to have enough students to allow the discussion groups to be interesting without having such large numbers that open, comfortable discussion is inhibited. It is important to us to provide plenty of one-on-one help throughout the studio times as well.
Can we attend Art and Christianity II if we have not attended Art and Christianity I?
Yes, they are different camps, each with a different focus and coverage of an entirely different set of studio projects, composers, authors, and artists. Art and Christianity II was the result of a desire on the part of many Art and Christianity I participants to learn more. We look forward to Art and Christianity III in the near future as many of our current customers desire to come back for more. It is always exciting to gather with a group of students, have intellectual discussions, and create exciting works of art at the same time.
What does a typical day look like for the Worldview Camp?
9:00-9:30: Devotions and Preparations for the Day
9:30-10:00: Literature Lecture and Discussion
10:00-11:30: Studio Activity (while listening to classical music)
11:30-12:00: Art Appreciation
12:45-1:00: Music Appreciation
1:00-3:00: Studio Activity (students discuss issues and/or listen to classical music)
3:00-3:30: Worldview Discussion
What does a typical day look like for the Proverbs 31 Camp?
9:00-10:00: Great Women of the Bible Devotion and Discussion
10:00-12:00: Daily Activity (different for each day)
12:45-1:30: Study time for Herb Assignment
1:30-3:30: Continue with Daily Activities (for more details about the Proverbs 31 Camps, click here)