A lot of students come to Summit thinking Truth is going to sound harsh. They pack helmets so it won’t hurt getting beat on the head with Truth. But that’s not what Truth is about at Summit – Truth and Relationship need to exist together. Read how Ben encountered Truth at Summit, and how you can support students like him.
Fifty-two years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream. With his signature, flowing rhetoric, King portrayed a future where there would be an end to enmity between races, a forging of friendships based not on the outward appearance, but on the heart. Fifty-two years later, America is clearly nowhere close to King's vision.
The release of the completely rewritten Understanding the Times is one of the most important products we have ever launched at Summit. This book is the only worldview handbook you will ever need, and is vital for you and your family to stay strong in our age of conflicting ideas.
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In this month’s Journal, we feature a lecture by Dr. Glenn Sunshine entitled "6 Christians Who Changed the World."
Also in this issue, Glenn Stanton shares how Christians can better love our LGBT neighbors, and Shane Morris responds to the undercover Planned Parenthood videos.
From: Summit Semester
“Hakuna mattata, it means no worries for the rest of your days.” While this Lion King worldview is rather compelling, it doesn’t withstand the fires of life’s furnace. In my experience, this world is usually a place full of evil and pain. If we really look at the world, outside of America, and even in America, we don’t have to look far to find a heart-broken child, or a person in pain.