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August 29, 2014 // 11:58 am // Comments Closed // Share This

Andrea Utreras (Colorado, Session 7)

Andrea Utreras (Colorado, Session 7) Andrea Utreras came all the way from Quito, Ecuador to Summit Colorado, Session 7. She shares her unique perspective of Summit Ministries as an international student. She says, "We must live out what we believe and share what Christ has done in our lives. John Stonestreet said, 'It is ok to be you, because Jesus has restored you.' What a magnificent thought. Summit has been such a blessing!"
August 28, 2014 // 09:36 am // Comments Closed // Share This

Bethany Clawson (Colorado, Session 7)

Bethany Clawson (Colorado, Session 7) Bethany describes why she is blessed to come back to Summit for a second year. She says, " Being an alumni this year has been a beautiful, yet interesting experience. I enjoy coming to Summit and learning every day...This year I really feel like God has been showing me what a gentle heart looks like, how to show unconditional love to people, and His faithfulness. It has been a beautiful experience."
August 26, 2014 // 11:38 am // Comments Closed // Share This

Andrei Sullivan (Colorado, Session 7)

Andrei Sullivan (Colorado, Session 7) Andrei Sullivan discusses how Summit has become more to him than just hours of lectures. He says, "God has shown me how much real, vulnerable relationships matter. He has shown me that what’s broken needs to be fixed as well as how to basically defend what I believe."
August 25, 2014 // 12:09 pm // Comments Closed // Share This

Graham Ganahl (Colorado, Session 7)

Graham Ganahl (Colorado, Session 7) Graham shares why he came back to Summit Colorado for the second summer. He says, "I came back to Summit this year to relearn and remember the great arguments of the faith. I came to learn new things about the world, God, humankind, and my own place in it all. I came to discuss aspects of reason and Christianity with likeminded people—and, just as importantly, with those who hold beliefs differently than my own."
August 15, 2014 // 10:46 am // Comments Closed // Share This

Jean Paul Landreneau (Colorado, Session 6)

Jean Paul Landreneau (Colorado, Session 6) Jean Paul enjoyed learning about what freedom as an American means. He says, "The viewpoints and undeniable facts presented by the speakers really impacted my view on things like free speech as a citizen of the United States of America and as a student on a secular college campus."