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June 11, 2015

Pew Survey a Shot Across the Bow for Evangelicals

Pew Survey a Shot Across the Bow for Evangelicals

Well, there’s good news and there’s bad news. The new Pew survey that some have said means Christianity is dying is a wake-up call. If we're going through a culture war, we’re losing. But if it’s about culture care instead of culture war, we don’t have to be elite warriors to secure victory. We can be unsung heroes who kneel…

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April 20, 2015

An Amazing Story of Hope

An Amazing Story of Hope

If you’re sick of what is happening in our culture, I’d like to share a story of the undeniable power of living fully committed to Jesus. Last month, I shared the stage with a hero whose plight is tragic, but whose story inspires thrilling hope. Her story coincides with the message I will share with thousands of students at Summit…

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March 24, 2015

What Makes America Great?

What Makes America Great?

In this month's Journal, we are featuring a lecture by Dr. Barry Asmus, a renowned economist and favorite Summit speaker. Summit speakers and graduates are a large part of what is going right with America. Consider these four glimmers of hope: Biblical worldview gaining traction, pro-life advocates finding success, entertainment industry starting to turn, and religious freedom becoming a focus.

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February 24, 2015

Ferguson, Detroit, and America

Ferguson, Detroit, and America

When cities come unraveled, everyone with the means to do so leaves. Only the poorest and most vulnerable remain, poorer and more vulnerable than ever. Some say such problems inevitably result from urbanization. But like it or not, cities are the future. In 1800, only 3 percent of the world’s population lived in cities. By 2050, it is estimated two-thirds…

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December 19, 2014

Christ does not merely stand against culture; he transforms it

Christ does not merely stand against culture; he transforms it

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…

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