New online Short Course to feature John Stonestreet, Brett Kunkle


Colson Center Short Courses can help you develop a stronger, deeper Christian worldview.  Join a group of like-minded people from across the nation for a powerful learning experience… all from your own home!

Starting August 1, John Stonestreet and Brett Kunkle will share insightful lessons from their brand-new book, A Practical Guide to Culture: Helping the Next Generation Navigate Today’s World. On four consecutive Tuesday nights, you’ll sit with John and Brett during easy-to-access webinars, and explore questions like:

  • What unseen undercurrents are shaping 21st century youth culture?
  • How do we talk to kids about same-sex marriage and transgenderism?
  • How can leaders steer kids away from substance abuse and other addictions?
  • How can we ground students in the Bible and empower them to change the world?

There’s never been a more important or relevant time to tackle these important issues, so head to for details—and sign up for the Short Course today!


About John Stonestreet & Brett Kunkle

John Stonestreet was appointed President of The Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview in 2015
after having served as an integral part of the organization since 2010. A gifted communicator on areas of faith and culture, author, and a popular conference speaker, Stonestreet is the anchor for The Point and BreakPoint This Week radio broadcasts. Since the death of Chuck Colson in 2012, Stonestreet has served as co-host with Eric Metaxas on Colson’s daily radio program, BreakPoint, many of whom Chuck personally mentored.

In addition to being co-author of four books, Stonestreet is on the featured faculty of Summit Ministries in Manitou Springs, CO. Also he has engaged deeply in collegiate life, lecturing frequently on college campuses and formerly serving on the teaching faculty of two Christian colleges.

Brett Kunkle is the student impact director at Stand to Reason. Brett has spoken to thousands of students and adults across the country at churches, conferences and on college campuses. He has developed a groundbreaking approach to mission trips, creating a one-of-a-kind training experience that immerses participants in real-life apologetics, theology, and evangelism. Brett is currently completing a master’s degree in philosophy of religion and ethics at Talbot School of Theology.



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