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August 14, 2007

Session 6 | Day 10

It's hard to believe that the session is almost over. With it being the 10th day, it has just been a blur with the non stop of daily activities one after the other. From waking up in the morning to eating breakfast, and starting our day growing and expanding in our knowledge of the world God has made. It would…

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August 13, 2007

Session 6 | Day 9

Wow, it's amazing how much new and thought-provoking information you can learn everyday here at the Summit! After the now routine 7 a.m. rise, breakfast, and room clean-up, we began the classroom day with Dr. Noebel's "Bible Hour" and learned how the Scriptures are actually not non-historical. It's quite amazing how discoveries like the Dead Sea scrolls or Hezekiah's tunnel…

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August 12, 2007

Session 6 | Day 8

Day 8 at Summit was somewhat less academic than the other days have been - today the group split up to either hike Pike's Peak, go white-water rafting, or simply relax at the hotel. I chose the hike, and immensely enjoyed the chance to be out in God's creation. The greatness of the mountains is an awesome reminder of the…

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August 11, 2007

Session 6 | Day 7

I can't believe that week one is already over! It has gone by so fast. In just a week I have learned so much about my faith, other religions, how to share our faith, and much more! Today we heard from Chuck Edwards, who spoke to us about worldviews in music. It is crazy how much of an impact the…

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August 10, 2007

Session 6 | Day 6

Friday has finally arrived here at Summit Session 6 and what a great line up of events we had today! The morning started like any other here at the Summit with seven o'clock being rung out by a few seconds of some blaring, yet Godly, music. Breakfast was the best it has been all week with the main dish being…

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August 09, 2007

Session 6 | Day 5

Thursday, August 9th, is an amazing day for me and I believe it is true for all the other Summit students and staffs. The first period was about a topic that Christians should be concerned about. Mr. John Stonestreet talked about Bio-ethics. This topic wouldn't have made much sense to us if he hadn't introduced to us the Biblical concept…

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August 08, 2007

Session 6 | Day 4

It's Wednesday night (I think...the days kind of blur together) and we just finished a classroom video: "The Wall Of Separation." It had some great info, even though some people seemed to have trouble staying awake. This morning started off bright and early for me with a brisk hike up Red Mountain. It was beautiful and very worth it, even…

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August 07, 2007

Session 6 | Day 3

Today is the second full day of Summit and it was amazing as usual. First off was morning devotions. Stubbs spoke about God's love for us and how we are to respond to God because of it. Doc spoke on why we should study the Bible this morning as well. He talked about how the Bible is part of world…

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August 06, 2007

Session 6 | Days 1 and 2

Hello everybody! We students of Session 6 are having so much fun here at the Summit! Yesterday, we all arrived at the beautiful Summit Hotel after a ride through very narrow streets up a very steep hill. Those of us who arrived early were escorted to our rooms, many of the up several flights of steep stairs, and then we…

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August 06, 2007

Session 5 | Day 13

We woke, tired but excited, on a bright Friday morn, and began our last day at the Summit with sausage and cheese croissant…and orange juice. Dr. Noebel taught Bible Hour and gave us an outline for a thorough yet concise study of "The Book". Then, our debriefing began with a challenge from Chuck Edwards for us to be the salt…

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August 03, 2007

Session 5 | Day 12

Today, Thursday August 2, 2007, day 12 of Summit Ministries Session 5, was filled with knowledge, friends, and fellowship. The early wake up was surprisingly routine and the breakfast of french toast and bacon was amazing as expected. Finishing off their morning coffee, hot chocolate, or black tea (my personal favorite), students filed into their seats to attentively learn from…

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August 01, 2007

Session 5 | Day 11

Today's long but fun day started with the manly man hike and the ladies poolside breakfast. There were about 30 - 35 guys hiking (wow) and about the same amount for the girls. There were several important things that we learned today. Dr. Bauman taught us about the trinity by teaching what the trinity was not, because in his opinion,…

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