September 15, 2016 // 07:25 am // Comments Closed // Share This
When I first heard about Summit I wasn't quite certain of what to expect. However, when I decided to attend Summit and looked more into what it was, I was encouraged to know that it would help and equip me more in being able to share my faith on my university campus, as well as give me the opportunity to discover and build new relationships with fellow Christians on the other side of the world.
July 26, 2016 // 06:39 am // Comments Closed // Share This
This idea is that the Bible forms a coherent and whole outline of God's ultimate plan for creation, fall, redemption, and restoration. It simply says that God created all things good and mankind with free will, that sin caused corruption within good things, that through Jesus' atoning sacrifice redemption can seep into society today, and that one day there will be final and complete restoration.
July 25, 2016 // 12:00 pm // Comments Closed // Share This
If I were to summarize my experience as a Summit student, I could easily describe it with one phrase, "culture shock"-and, no, that's not because my fellow public schoolers and I were outnumbered by homeschoolers for the first time in our lives.
July 15, 2016 // 11:16 am // Comments Closed // Share This
Even better than the classes, has been the fellowship. I came hoping to meet other young Christians and create constructive relationships. It's great to be around so many others who have a passion for Christ. Connecting with other students has been encouraging for my faith.
July 13, 2016 // 12:07 pm // Comments Closed // Share This
The slogan of the two weeks was to "put a stone in the shoe." Help others to think. You don't have to prove Christianity all the time, and usually, that's not at the core of the conversation. Needless to say, I overwhelmed my brain cells and do not regret it! Listening to the speakers and reading their books helped me to grow in my own faith with confidence and with more of a desire to reach people as a means to help them and not as a "good thing" to check off my Christian to-do list.