EVERY PARENT and mentor hopes that the young, emerging adults in their lives will find meaningful jobs and relationships, adjust to independence and settle
down happily in time. But your biggest,
deepest hope and prayer is that they will
love Jesus deeply and follow him faithfully
wherever life takes them.
As they prepare to set out on their own, and you
prepare to transition into guiding them wisely, this
becomes an ever more urgent prayer. You’ve invested
your lives into theirs and the world is waiting. But you
can’t do it for them.
What you can do is influence one of their first major
decisions — where they will go after high school.
Generation Z — those born in the late 90s and after
— are often defined by being “digital natives”. They’ll
never know life without the Internet. They are also
marked by their desire for living with purpose. As they
grow into adulthood, they want to make a difference.
The world needs Christian difference-makers —
Christians who bring the hope and love of Jesus Christ
into everything they do. As students graduate and
pursue their callings in law, politics, science, education,
art, social work, health, and a host of other areas, they
will be the leaders and culture shapers of tomorrow.
Redeemer is committed to shaping
tomorrow’s Christian leaders. Here,
education is a time of preparing for
a career while discovering God’s
world and listening for his call.
Inside and outside the classroom,
Redeemer is about learning
through discipleship. Through
Christ-centred, accredited degree
programs, students explore what
it means to be a Christian in a
rapidly changing technological and
The integration of faith and
learning embraces what the secular
academy denies — that education
always comes with a worldview.
A Christian university education
at Redeemer sets students up for
future careers and a lifetime of
serving the King.
Christian university is an
opportunity to make room for and
work with that ultimate hope and
prayer for your teens.
To give you a taste of what a fully
integrated faith looks like across
disciplines, read through the five
articles that follow.
Each was written by a Redeemer
professor, outlining how they
develop a Christian worldview
in their own discipline.