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Elections Matter

In today’s episode at BreakPoint, John Stonestreet relays some important news. He explains how President Trump’s Protect Life Rule, which will stop an estimated $60 million in federal funding to Planned Parenthood through Title X, will take effect immediately now that it has passed through the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Stonestreet is careful to point out how Title X funding has not decreased at all, but simply can’t be put towards abortions. The many… Read More →Elections Matter

How can we engage college students about important ideas?

How can we engage college students about important ideas? “At the end of the day people are people, and they want answers to the big questions.’” — Frank Turek, Author, Speaker, and President, CrossExamined Frank Turek discusses the importance of raising the big questions on college campuses. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to Your Questions”. These videos answer the questions that you’re asking, address the difficulties you’re facing, and they’re all from… Read More →How can we engage college students about important ideas?

Sergei Kelley

By: Sergei Kelly, MI My time at Summit can be summarized as pursuing and learning to share Truth in a Christ-like manner to any and everyone. The information presented at Summit Tennessee is a received relay baton. It is meant to be passed on, the program itself was just one training session to go over the race plan. The tools and training in two short weeks are preparation to carry that baton, to run with… Read More →Sergei Kelley