Breakpoint radio show (hosted by Chuck Colson)
BreakPoint is a worldview ministry of Prison Fellowship Ministries. This daily radio commentary is produced by Chuck Colson and airs each weekday on more than 1,200 outlets with an estimated weekly listening audience of eight million people.
Liberty Live radio show (hosted by Mat Staver)
On 04–04–2009 Dr. David A. Noebel and John Stonestreet were on Liberty Live discussing Dr. Noebel’s article “The Socialization of America.”
Liberty Live is a ministry of Liberty University. It is a weekday one-hour live call-in radio program and interactive webcast focusing on topics of cultural and political interest from a Christian worldview, featuring leading political and religious leaders.
The Christian Worldview radio show (hosted by David Wheaton)
On 04–04–2009 Dr. David A. Noebel was on The Christian Worldview discussing “The Christian Left.”
On 02–14–2009 Dr. David A. Noebel was on The Christian Worldview discussing “Reasons for Optimism in America.”
On 01–10–2009 John Stonestreet was on The Christian Worldview discussing “Barack Obama’s Presidential Inauguration.”
On 03–29–2008 Dr. David A. Noebel was on The Christian Worldview discussing “Why Christians Lose Their Faith.”
On 03–01–2008 John Stonestreet was on The Christian Worldview discussing “The Fundamentals of a Christian Worldview.”
The Christian Worldview is a ministry that seeks to help Christians understand their world and live the way God intends as written in the Bible and to help non-Christians be reconciled to their Creator through faith in Jesus Christ.
KOR Kast radio show (hosted by Ryan Dobson)
On 02–09–2009 John Stonestreet was on KOR Kast to promote Summit Ministries.
KOR Kast is a ministry that promotes truth, justice, and common sense. The hosts seek to challenge listeners in how they see, hear, and think about life and their interaction with culture.
Eagle Forum radio show (hosted by Phyllis Schalfly)
On 02–07–2009 Dr. David A. Noebel was on the Eagle Forum discussing “Why Young Christians are Walking Away from the Faith.”
On 08–04–2007 Dr. David A. Noebel was on the Eagle Forum discussing “How a Teacher’s Worldview Can Influence Their Students.”
Eagle Forum exists to enable conservative and pro-family men and women to participate in the process of self-government and public policy making so that America will continue to be a land of individual liberty, respect for family integrity, public and private virtue, and private enterprise.
The Hugh Hewitt Show
On 02–02–2009 John Stonestreet was on the Hugh Hewitt Show discussing “Young Evangelicals and Politics.” Click here to listen to this program.
Hugh Hewitt is an author, law professor and broadcast journalist. He is the host of “The Hugh Hewitt Show,” broadcast live from Southern California each afternoon. He conceived and hosted the 1996 national PBS series “Searching for God in America.”
Prime Time America’s radio show (hosted by Greg Wheatley)
Prime Time America is part of the Moody Broadcasting Network, which produces and delivers compelling programming filled with solid biblical insight and creative expressions of faith that helps you take the next step in your relationship with Christ. The Moody Radio Network Team, Station Group, and Online Team work together to create a place where you turn—for truth, direction and hope.
Focus on the Family radio show (hosted by James Dobson)
On 11–19–2008 Dr. David A. Noebel joined Ryan and James Dobson on Focus on the Family to discuss Summit’s worldview ministry. Click here to listen to this program.
Focus on the Family exists to cooperate with the Holy Spirit in sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with as many people as possible by nurturing and defending the God-ordained institution of the family and promoting biblical truths worldwide.
Worldview Matters radio show (hosted by Brannon’s Howse)
On 09–30–2008 Dr. David A. Noebel was on Worldview Matters discussing “Biblical Economics.” Click here to listen to this program.
On 11–11–2007 Dr. David A. Noebel was on Worldview Matters discussing “The Six Major Western Worldviews.” Click here to listen to this program.
Worldview Matters is the radio arm of Worldview Weekends, a series of weekend worldview conferences featuring nationally known speakers such as Josh McDowell, David Limbaugh, David Barton, Kirk Cameron, David Jeremiah, Kerby Anderson, Star Parker, Al Denson, Erwin Lutzer, and others.
Stand to Reason radio show (hosted by Gregory Koukl)
On 05–18–2008 Dr. David A. Noebel and John Stonestreet were on Stand to Reason discussing “How to Prepare Christians Students for College.” Click here to listen to this program.
Stand to Reason trains Christians to think more clearly about their faith and to make an even-handed, incisive, yet gracious defense for classical Christianity and classical Christian values in the public square.
Power for Living magazine
In the 02–17–2002 edition of Power for Living, Summit’s Student Worldview Conferences were featured in an article titled “Why Do We Believe?” Click here to view this article.
Power for Living ministers to a broad adult readership from a variety of churches and age groups—from the many individual and Sunday School class readers to the tens of thousands of adults re
ceiving PFL through a Christian outreach like church-to-home contacts, convalescent ministries and prison ministries.
Philanthropy Culture and Society publication
In the 10–1997 edition of Philanthropy Culture and Society, Summit Ministries was highlighted in article by Gene Edward Veith, titled “Four Worldviews and the Battle of Ideas.” Click here to view this article.
Capital Research Center was established to study non-profit organizations, with a special focus on reviving the American traditions of charity, philanthropy, and voluntarism.
Human Events newspaper
In the 12–22–1995 edition of Human Events, Summit Ministries and Dr. David A. Noebel were highlighted in Human Events. Click here to view this article.
Human Events gives voice to the great conservative thinkers of our era—Robert Novak, Michelle Malkin, L. Brent Bozell, Terence Jeffrey, Bruce Bartlett, Thomas Sowell, David Limbaugh, Oliver North, Pat Buchanan and many more.
Practical Homeschooling magazine (edited by Mary Pride)
In the 09/10–2008 edition of Practical Homeschooling, Summit’s Student Worldview Conferences were featured in an article by Greg Pride. Click here to view this article.
Practical Homeschooling is a publication devoted to addressing the burgeoning homeschooling movement.
On 03–26–2009 Dr. David A. Noebel’s article “Barak Obama’s ‘Red’ Spiritual Adviser” published on worldnetdaily. Click here to read this article.
WorldNetDaily is an independent news company dedicated to uncompromising journalism, seeking truth and justice and revitalizing the role of the free press as a guardian of liberty.
Townhall is a Salem Communications web-based publication dedicated to American politics. It features more than 80 columns by writers such as Dennis Prager, Neal Boortz, Ann Coulter, Dinesh D’Souza, Larry Elder, Jonah Goldberg, Rebecca Hagelin, Paul Jacob, Paul Kengor, David Limbaugh, Michelle Malkin, Robert Novak, Thomas Sowell, Jacob Sullum, Mike Adams, Matt Lewis, Amanda Carpenter, Fred Thompson, Jeb Bush, and Cal Thomas.
Breakpoint Worldview magazine
On 02–20–2009 John Stonestreet’s article “Why They Don’t Get It” was published on Breakpoint’s webzine.
BreakPoint is a worldview ministry of Prison Fellowship Ministries. This webzine offers compelling articles on the issues shaping our culture. This online publication brings you leading Christian writers and thinkers who examine art, literature, science, history, politics, and current affairs through the lens of a Christian worldview.
Worldview Church magazine (edited by T.M. Moore)
On 04–03–2009 John Stonestreet was interviewed by T.M. Moore regarding “Christian Youth” and Summit’s worldview ministry.
Worldview Church is a division of BreakPoint and Prison Fellowship Ministries. Prison Fellowship Ministries, consisting of its prison ministry, Prison Fellowship, and its Christian worldview ministry, BreakPoint, seeks to transform lives, minds, and communities through Jesus Christ.
How Now Shall We Live? book (by Chuck Colson and Nancy Pearcey)
Summit Ministries was highlighted in How Now Shall We Live? as a ministry that seeks to train Christians to defend their faith against competing ideologies. Click here to view this entry.
Published in 1999 by Tyndale, How Now Shall We Live? expresses the importance of loving God with hearts as well as our minds.
Children at Risk book (by James Dobson and Gary L. Bauer)
Summit Ministries was highlighted in Children at Risk as a ministry that prepares Christian students to deal with the challenge of Secular Humanism in schools. Click here to view this entry.
Published in 1990 by Thomas Nelson, Children at Risk expose the cultural forces endangering today’s children and show what you can do to defend your family, your faith and your traditional values.