Summit Virtual


A Full Week of Summit Training for Students.
All From Your Living Room.

In these uncertain times, students who confidently know what they believe are much more likely to thrive. Because we want to meet you where you are in this season, we will continue to offer virtual sessions during the 2021 season. Watch every speaker and lecture while receiving real time mentoring and group discussions in an online breakout room.

Answer Christianity’s harshest critics, make their faith their own, and wrestle through the hard questions. Summit students lead boldly in a world of aimless followers.

 Register for the last session before the clock runs out!

July-29

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PREVIEW THE SUMMIT PLATFORM DESIGNED WITH STUDENTS IN MIND!

Your virtual registration includes:

√  College scholarship opportunities

√  24-hour access to a staff mentor

√  Peer engagement and leadership training

√  Small group discussion and personalized one-on-one mentoring

√  Fun offline activities, contests, and giveaways

√ Five days of live interaction with world-class experts and best-selling authors in apologetics and worldview

Schedule

This schedule is intended as a sample. All times listed will take place in the mountain standard time zone. 

Each day, students will log in to their student portal for an experience they will never forget. From mind-provoking sessions and creative expressions to spiritual discussions and lunchtime round tables, students will make memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.

8:00 am | Thought of the Day

8:30 am | Truth Changes Everything: Introduction to Worldview

9:15 am | Break

9:25 am | The Case for Life

10:00 am | Break

10:30 am | Speaker Interview: The Case for Life

11:00 am | Break

11:15 am | Bioethics: Getting The Big Picture Right

12:00 pm | Small Group Discussion

12:30 pm | Free Time and Optional Activities

5:00 pm | Optional: Pick-a-Table at Dinner

6:00 pm | Breakout Sessions

  1. Tactics–A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions
  2. The Case Against Relativism

6:45 pm | Break

7:00 pm | Breakout Sessions

  1. The Cold Case Reliability of the Gospels
  2. The Big Picture of Scripture: Your Story in the Grand Story

8:00 pm | Small Groups

8:00 am | Thought of the Day

8:30 am | If God, Why Evil?

9:15 am | Break

9:30 am | Open Forum: The Problem of Evil

10:00 am | Break

10:30 am | Does Jesus really heal everything? The Christian Worldview

11:00 am | Break

11:15 am | A Closer Look at Islam

12:00 pm | Small Group Discussion

12:30 pm | Free Time and Optional Activities

5:00 pm | Optional: Pick-a-Table at Dinner

6:00 pm | Marriage: Why It Matters

6:45 pm | Break

7:00 pm | Open Forum: It All Started With a Wedding

8:00 pm | Small Groups

8:00 am | Thought of the Day

8:30 am | Doubting Your Doubts: How to Deal With Doubts

9:15 am | Break

9:30 am | Speaker Interview: Doubting

10:00 am | Break

10:30 am | Is matter all that matters? The Secularist Worldview

11:00 am | Break

11:15 am | Is revolution the solution? The Marxist Worldview

12:00 pm | Small Group Discussion

12:30 pm | Free Time and Optional Activities

5:00 pm | Optional: Pick-a-Table at Dinner

6:00 pm | Discussion: The Worldview of Movies pt. 1

6:45 pm | Break

7:00 pm | Discussion: The Worldview of Movies pt. 2

8:00 pm | Small Groups

8:00 am | Thought of the Day

8:30 am | Digital Diagnosis: The Social and Mental Health Impacts of Pornography

9:15 am | Break

9:30 am | Is Jesus the Only Way?

10:00 am | Break

10:30 am | Does oneness make you woke? The New Spiritualist Worldview

11:00 am | Break

11:15 am | Should we be suspicious of truth? The Postmodern Worldview

12:00 pm | Small Group Discussion

12:30 pm | Free Time and Optional Activities

5:00 pm | Optional: Pick-a-Table at Dinner

6:00 pm | Testimony + Christian Response to Homosexuality

6:45 pm | Break

7:00 pm | Interview: Homosexuality: Nature Or Nurture

8:00 pm | Small Groups

8:00 am | Thought of the Day

8:30 am | You Are a Leader: How to Be a Good Leader

9:15 am | Break

9:30 am | Speaker Interview: Do I have to Go to Church?

10:00 am | Break

10:30 am | Breakout Sessions

  1. Threats to Campus Liberty Option
  2. Determining God’s Will for My Life Option
  3. Beauty, the Art of War

11:00 am | Break

11:15 am | Breakout Sessions

  1. A Discussion on Dating Option
  2. Politics Option
  3. Economics

12:00 pm | Small Group Discussion

12:30 pm | Free Time and Optional Activities

5:00 pm | Optional: Pick-a-Table at Dinner

6:00 pm | Concert / House Party

6:45 pm | Break

7:00 pm | Excuses, Barriers & Breakthroughs: What’s Next?

8:00 pm | Small Groups

In 5 Days, attendees will…

Summit Virtual gives us the capability to scale our digital platform so that it becomes a world-class environment to transform student lives forever. This is possible in an online classroom through conversation, connection, and content – to create the best, most relational experience for young leaders ever.

Find answers to some of Christianity’s toughest questions.

 Students will have the chance to personally interact with world-class faculty to answer some of Christianity’s most challenging questions.

Form life-long friendships.

Quarantine makes it tough to see your friends and have a social life. Summit Virtual will help young adults forge new Christian friendships built on trust and that will last a lifetime.

Form life-long friendships.

Quarantine makes it tough to see your friends and have a social life. Summit Virtual will help young adults forge new Christian friendships built on trust and that will last a lifetime.

Develop a deeper faith.

Attendees will take part in one-on-one mentoring and small group discussions. This type of engagement helps students unpack their questions to develop ownership of their faith.

Earn college credit.

Choose your credit hours! Valued up to $1,800, students have a choice to receive 1, 2, or 3 college credits. Credit is issued through Bryan College, an accredited Christian college in Tennessee. Explore college credit details, click here.

Earn college credit.

Choose your credit hours! Valued up to $1,800, students have a choice to receive 1, 2, or 3 college credits. Credit is issued through Bryan College, an accredited Christian college in Tennessee. Explore college credit details, click here.

2021 Dates

Session 1 July 19-23, 2021  
Session 2 August 2-6, 2021

Students need to understand that their view of God determines their view of the world. 

Summit Ministries students learn to identify and study six popular worldviews during their two-week summer session. This worldview survey shows them how Secularism, Marxism, Postmodernism, New Spirituality, Islam, and Christianity answer the questions:

  1. What does it mean to exist?
  2. Where did we come from?
  3. Who are “we” anyway?
  4. What does it mean to be human?
  5. What is the good life?
  6. What happens when we die?

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