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Honduras: Project 4/14

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What’s the biblical perspective of the arts? What’s God’s desire for how we govern ourselves as nations?

Most of us live very compartmentalized lives, where our spiritual activities may not filter over into other aspects of our daily lives or even how we develop our ideas of what our daily lives entail. God’s narrative is not always very visible to us.

Teaching Biblical Worldview

Several years ago, a few missionaries and national church leaders in Honduras began to talk about how they could help kids understand how all aspects of life can reflect God. With over a third of the population being under age 15, the need to invest in this age group is immense. After some exploration, they joined the global 4-14 Window Movement (referring to the target age group of children ages 4-14). In Honduras, it is known as Generación 4-14.

In the last year, local churches have held youth camps focusing on children, teaching them a biblical worldview and cementing in their minds the tremendous value they hold in God's eyes. Churches are beginning to design their curriculum based on how God wants us to develop stewardship of seven areas of life: our finances, communication, education, government, the arts, science, and math, and our spiritual lives.

“Generación 4-14 has taken off in ways we never imagined,” shared David Hawk, field director in Honduras. “God gives specific instructions on how to build a great nation by focusing on these seven areas.”

After initially training a group of teachers, the movement has continued by the national church, training other teachers. Age-appropriate curriculum has been created by Honduran teachers.

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