Training Your Students to Love the Gospel and Live for Truth
Will your student boldy live out their faith? Summit Student Conferences challenge students, ages 16-25, to think deeper about their personal faith and convictions. They’ll engage with today’s top worldview thinkers and apologists as they dive into the topics of life, identity, leadership, and other relevant issues.
Empower your student to:
- Understand the Bible and applying it personally and in their vocations
- Refute false worldviews
- Promote the value of life
- Embrace a biblical view of family and sexuality
- Respect America’s heritage
- Champion economic freedom
Your student can attend in-person or virtually.
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Your student will tackle hard questions on faith and relevant topics. Conference speakers present a biblical worldview on issues commonly faced by today’s youth.
Equip your student to boldly live out their faith and champion a biblical worldview!
“I would suggest to any parent that before their kid goes to college that they would consider sending their student to Summit Ministries. They are going to be facing challenges from the culture in the university setting. Parents should take time to invest in their future, there is nothing more important than their heart. There is a battle and the culture is fighting for their hearts just as we as parents are trying to point them in the direction of God and a biblical worldview. It’s a great opportunity for students to deepen their convictions and prepare them for what they are about to face at college.”
“Summit Ministries is doing vitally important work to prepare young people with the truth from God’s Word and equip them with a biblical worldview. As students go to college and beyond I can’t imagine a more important investment for parents to make in their child.”
“Thanks for all you do with Summit. I talk it up whenever I can. The best thing a parent can do for their kids is to send them to Summit!”
“Summit was a game-changing experience for me, as a student! While on a radio interview, I was asked, ‘If you had just one piece of advice for parents to help their kids hold onto their faith, what would that be?’ It’s easy, send your kids to Summit!”
After attending a Student Conference:
A student's ability to explain their what and why behind their faith
A student's preparation for higher education
A student's understanding of a Christian worldview
A student's confidence to share their faith
A student's ability to defend their faith
Do you have more questions about Student Conferences? Fill out this quick interest form or call our office today.
Office Hours: Monday-Friday | 9:00 AM–5:00 PM Mountain Time