About Summit Ministries

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  1. Can I make copies of any of Summit Ministries' online essays?
  2. How do I find out about employment opportunities at Summit Ministries?
  3. What is Summit Ministries' statement of faith?
  4. Is Summit Ministries associated with a particular denomination?
  5. Is Summit Ministries a non-profit organization?
  6. How is Summit Ministries connected with Bryan College and Liberty University?
  7. How is Summit Ministries connected with American Vision, Apologia, Breakpoint, Focus on the Family, The Christian Worldiview Radio program, Worldview Academy, and Worldview Weekends?
  8. How is Summit Ministries connected with ACSI, Apologia Curriculum, B&H Publishers, and Harvest House Publishers?
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1. Can I make copies of any of Summit Ministries' online essays?

Copies of online materials produced by Summit Ministries are allowed as long as Summit's copywrite symbol is on the material. Any material found on this website that is not produced by Summit Ministries may not be copied and disseminated without permission from that third party organization. All materials sold by Summit Ministries may not be copied without our specific written permission.

2. How do I find out about employment opportunities at Summit Ministries?

The primary opportunities for employment at Summit Ministries are for our Student Conferences. For more information on these positions or any full-time positions, call us at 866.786.6483.

3. What is Summit Ministries' statement of faith?

Summit Ministries holds to the Apostles Creed as our doctrinal statement. You may read it here.

4. Is Summit Ministries associated with a particular denomination?

Summit Ministries is not associated with any particular denomination; the Summit staff is somewhat diverse in regards to our denominational backgrounds. As a statement of faith, Summit agrees with and holds to the Apostles Creed.

5. Is Summit Ministries a non-profit organization?

Yes, Summit Ministries is a 501(c)(3) religious non-profit institution.

6. How is Summit Ministries connected with Bryan College and Liberty University?

In 1995, Dr. Jeff Myers (a Summit Faculty member) began the Summit at Bryan College offering a student worldview conference each summer. Now, the Summit at Bryan College has expanded to two sessions each summer. In 2008, Summit added an additional program at Liberty University. Each of these colleges and universities have made significant contributors to both our Student and Adult Worldview Conferences.

Additionally, our relationship with these schools enables us to offer college credit to any student who goes through one of our Student Worldview Conferences or our Understanding the Times high school curriculum.

7. How is Summit Ministries connected with American Vision, Apologia, Breakpoint, Focus on the Family, The Christian Worldiview Radio program, Worldview Academy, and Worldview Weekends?

In Summit's long history, we have established relationships of mutual support with other organizations who share our vision for equipping the church with the Christian worldview. While we occasionally partner with these organizations on various projects, conferences, and publications, we do not necessarily offer a blanket endorsement of all their activities.

8. How is Summit Ministries connected with ACSI, Apologia Curriculum, B&H Publishers, and Harvest House Publishers?

The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) is the sole distributor for our Understanding the Times high school curriculum. Summit has partnered with Apologia Educational Ministries to produce the elementary home school curriculum Why We Believe. Summit has partnered with Broadman and Holman (B&H) to produce the Worldviews in Focus Sunday school curriculum series. Harvest House Publishers is the printer and publisher for the unabrdiaged first edition of David Noebel's book, Understanding the Times.