2020


TRAINING YOUR STUDENTS TO LOVE THE GOSPEL AND LIVE FOR TRUTH
A two-week worldview summer conference for 16–25-year-olds

What Adults Like You Say about Student Conferences

"Summit was such an excellent opportunity for my teens to really solidify and personalize what they believe and why, and have a blast while doing it."
Erin Jaatinen
Parent
I always wanted to learn the secrets that helped great apologists stay calm against a topic that was hard to defend. At Summit, I learned how to exercise the composure of apologists in ways that even Jesus used.
Sarah Sawyers
2019 Alumnus
"My students responded to the relational lectures by saying 'Okay, we can talk about our sins too.' Now we get to take this training home as a group and unpack it together."
Liesl Parks
Youth Leader

Register Your Student to Attend a 2020 Conference

Session Topics
  • Apologetics
  • Biblical Foundations
  • Bioethics
  • Church
  • College Prep
  • Doubting
  • Economics
  • Evil and Suffering
  • God’s Existence
  • Homosexuality
  • Leadership
  • Marriage & Family
  • Pornography
  • What is Truth?
  • Worldview Survey
  • …and more!
Popular Speakers
  • Megan Almon
  • Tim Barnett
  • Kevin Bywater
  • Ryan Dobson
  • Jason Jimenez
  • Scott Klusendorf
  • Kathy Koch
  • Josh McDowell
  • Sean McDowell
  • Jeff Myers
  • Alan Schlemon
  • Michael Sherrard
  • John Stonestreet
  • J. Warner Wallace
  • Christopher Yuan
  • …and more!

Your students will meaningfully influence culture through

  • Understanding the Bible and applying it personally and in their vocations
  • Refuting false worldviews
  • Promoting the value of life
  • Embracing a biblical view of family and sexuality
  • Respecting America’s heritage
  • Championing economic freedom

Over 1,500 students connected with peers to explore their questions about life, faith, and culture in 2019. Join us in 2020!

Summit prepares students for deep relationships built on biblical truth. But we have also found that after attending Summit…

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 ​

Students who attend Summit have a passion to learn and take their faith to the next level. The apologetics and worldview training that takes place at Summit unpacks the “why” behind their faith. 

What if more students had a stronger answer to the “WHY” behind their faith?

Every day, we are influenced by music, podcasts, books, and movies and then we wonder…

  • Why is it hard for Christians to discover biblical truth and know how to live it out?
  • Why is it hard to engage in conversations with friends about doubts and questions about faith?
Summit speakers and topics tackle biblical worldview and dive into hard questions about purpose, reproductive rights, gender identity, economics, and the secular culture.
  
Each summer Summit teaches students how their worldview reveals their faith and the depth of their Christianity by covering over 30 topics. We can’t expect students to stand strong in their faith and have intelligent conversations when they themselves don’t feel confident in their knowledge about the hard issues they are facing.

Get Started!

To learn more about Student Conferences fill out this quick interest form or call our office today. 

Office Hours: Monday-Friday | 9:00-5:00 MST
Phone: 719.786.6483

Summit’s Student Conference is a two-week experience where your students discover how to approach questions about faith and doubts in an ever-changing culture.

Free eResource for You

Students are victims in a battle of ideas. These ideas lead to actions and decisions and determine a student’s understanding of life’s meaning. Ideas guide them to live and think about the world in a specific way.

We have compiled a resource for youth leaders, based on The Secret Battle of Ideas about God by Summit’s President, Dr. Jeff Myers. This guide will help youth leaders combat questions students ask that, if they aren’t answered with biblical truth, will lead to false ideas about who they are in Christ.