We’re Hiring: Church & Consumer Marketing Assistant

Summit is hiring a Church & Consumer Marketing Assistant. Responsibilities include creatively thinking of new ways to market Summit Church & Consumer products to consumers and deliver projects on strict deadlines. This person will mainly focus on digital marketing and communications for the Church & Consumer division under Summit Ministries Press.

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Should Christians Boycott Target? Two Views

The recent boycott of Target, initiated by the American Family Association, has spurred quite the discussion around here at Summit. The following article is not a hard and fast stance on the boycott but rather a set of differing perspectives on how Christians respond to culture. This is more of a conversation than a how-to guide. We hope it will help you think through your response to the ongoing social and political pressure on Christian…

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Free Webinar – “We Can’t Be Silent: What Christians Can Say on LGBT Issues” with Dr. Mike Adams

What is happening right now in America with current legislation surrounding homosexuality and gender identity issues, and what is there to do about it? What is true when it comes to LGBT issues, and how can you — as a Christian — communicate that truth courageously and winsomely? Join Summit faculty Mike Adams for this month’s Summit Forum: "We Can’t Be Silent: What Christians Can Say on LGBT Issues." Join us on the live webinar…

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What Do You Mean by “Socialism”?

I don’t use the word “biweekly,” because it can mean “once every two weeks,” or it can mean “twice a week.” So, if someone asks, “How often are meetings?” and you say, “They’re biweekly,” the person must then ask, “What do you mean by ‘biweekly’?”

I’m starting to feel the same way about the word “socialism.”

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Daily Blog Entries:  Student Conferences - Colorado

Lucy Baker (Session 1)

Walking through the Colorado Springs airport, my breath was coming faster and faster, realizing I was about to be at Summit Colorado — of course, some of that could have had to do with the change in elevation. I bent down, riding the escalator to baggage pick-up and spotted the staff with their Summit sign. “Okay! I’m really here!” I was quickly drawn into games while waiting for the bus, and when we arrived at…

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