IN A CULTURE FLOODED with mixed messages about love, identity, sexuality, and relationships, WORTH provides a compass--a proverbial “North Star”-- for understanding your unique identity, learning the value of your sexuality and discovering practical ways to have healthy relationships. WORTH students are unleashed with this fresh and powerful revelation and the tools needed to make practical life decisions to reshape culture’s definition of healthy sexuality and empower a generation into living on purpose for a purpose.
WORTH DREAMS of a GENERATION
AWAKENED in IDENTITY,
ROOTED in CHARACTER,
& UNLEASHED in COMMUNITY.
WE ARE MOTHERS AND FATHERS, dreamers and intellectuals, teachers and janitors, executives and students, shop-owners and dress-makers who have been radically transformed by Love and empowered by their God-given value. We are committed to awakening the next generation to live fully into their potential as well as challenge the next generation to reflect a lifestyle of solid character, sacrificial love, and radical generosity toward themselves, others, and our community.
CULTURE IS NOT A TERRITORY TO BE
WON OR LOST, BUT A RESOURCE WE ARE
CALLED TO STEWARD WITH CARE...
A GARDEN TO BE CULTIVATED.
MAKOTO FUJIMURA, CULTURE CARE
WORTH IS PASSIONATELY COMMITTED to stewarding our corner of culture by imparting and restoring ancient seeds of sacrificial love, integrity, family, and purpose to present and future generations--leaving the soil better than we found it. We believe WORTH sits on the edge of a “tipping point”*-- the magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire and if we do our jobs well, has the capacity to change Randolph County and beyond with a restored perspective on love, identity, sexuality, and relationships, and community.
*Gladwell, M. (2002). The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. Little Brown and Company.