Bob Osburn, Wilberforce Academy, Developing New Curriculum Using DNA Materials

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The mission of the Wilberforce Academy is to “train college-age students to be redemptive change agents in their home societies. As these students graciously bring the truth of a Christian worldview to bear on the deepest needs of their societies, they will foster human flourishing in their societies as well as serve God as He builds His kingdom in their midst.”

To accomplish this mission, Wilberforce Academy’s Executive Director, Bob Osburn, is developing an exciting new curriculum and training program in cooperation with the Disciple Nations Alliance. The new curriculum uses lessons from On Earth as it Is In Heaven, a small-group video series developed by DNA co-founders Darrow Miller and Bob Moffitt.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBO3gI5cohE]The Wilberforce Academy will introduce this new training program at an October 8-9 Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota titled Worldview for World Healing: Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Through Christ’s Transforming Power. Darrow Miller will be a keynote speaker, along with Eric Metaxas and Dr. Carol Lee Hamrin.

The DNA is honored to partner with Wilberforce Academy in the development of this exciting and strategic new program.

Bob Osburn, Executive Director of the Wilberforce Academy

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