Special Blog Entry From: The President's Desk
Worldviews that deny suffering find the fact that sacrifice had brought meaning out of misery incomprehensible. It takes a baby in a manger to make sense of it all, a baby who moved from the chill of a stable to the shadow of the cross to the light of glory. Whether in a remote outpost or a forgotten prisoner of war camp, Christ does not merely stand against culture; he transforms it.
Christianity matters because it is true, and everyone reading this understands that. But some stories illustrate other reasons why Christianity is relevant and matters absolutely. This Christmas season as we remember the birth of our Savior, let us reflect deeply on the difference his coming makes in each of us individually, and in this world in which we live.
More young Americans than ever are kicking cans down the road instead of dragging them from their bumpers. In other words, they’re putting off marriage for ever longer periods of time, creating long-term problems for those who don’t wait to have sex and lengthening temptation for those who do wait, especially 20-something Christians. How can the body of Christ support young couples and those in their 20s who are single?
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In December 2014, let us reflect deeply on the impact the birth of our Savior makes in each of us individually, and in this world in which we live. Explore how Christmas transforms culture and why Christianity matters. Take a look at Summit's upcoming event ARISE and Adult Conference. Read Doc's clippings on same-sex marriage, physician assisted suicide, and more.