Resources from Summit

Students learn true identity at Summit Conference

In today’s culture students are looking for meaning but also community. Many fear that standing for the truth of a biblical worldview will leave them isolated and alone. That’s where Summit came to the rescue of Rayann, a student attending Summit’s first session of the summer. Rayann was recently adopted by a Christian family and surrendered her life to Jesus. Hoping to spend time “alone with Jesus” this summer, she discovered Summit through an internet… Read More →Students learn true identity at Summit Conference

A Spiritual Confusion Plaguing Christians

Remember, a few weeks ago, when TV host Joy Behar implied that Vice President Mike Pence was mentally ill because he said that Jesus talks to him? Dr. Jeff addresses the spiritual confusion that does, in fact, plague many Christians. Watch the video to find out more about Dr. Myers’ thoughts and what we at Summit are doing about it. Register for a student conference session today! The Spring Special ends soon! Spring Special Deadline! Register Now

Spiritual Strength Can Be Deadly…

Is your faith fearless and confident?  Summit Ministries prepares students to face ideas that they will encounter in the classroom and the residence hall. The Spanish Flu killed 50 million people. It targeted the strong, not the weak. People whose bodies were strong but whose immune systems were unprepared for an attack. That’s what is happening to Christian young adults. They need to be inoculated to false worldviews so they can stand for the truth. Two… Read More →Spiritual Strength Can Be Deadly…

Dr. Jeff Myers: A Message About California Student Conference

Please watch this urgent video message from our President, Dr. Jeff Myers, about this incredible controversy. At Summit, we believe that strong Christian leaders must always stand up for truth, and at times difficult decisions must be made to preserve what is right. This injustice is yet another lie from culture. Read full press release People have asked about the financial impact of leaving California. It’s not cheap. Many California families are financially-strapped and I’ve committed… Read More →Dr. Jeff Myers: A Message About California Student Conference

Two Weeks That Are Worth the Time

“I support work. I had a summer job. But is that couple of hundred dollars worth missing an experience that can transform your life?” –Dr. Jeff Myers, Summit Ministries President Summit students are… 9 times more likely to understand and defend a Biblical worldview 3 times more likely to share their faith 2 times more likely to be prepared for their higher education experience It’s time to prepare! Come to Summit and learn how to defend… Read More →Two Weeks That Are Worth the Time

A Message for Parents of High School Graduates

False ideas will collide with your student’s faith. How will your student respond to these challenging questions? These hard conversations are inevitable… Graduation is an exciting time for parents and students! Prepare your students for campus by sending them to stand for truth! Summit’s two-week conferences can transform their entire college experience. “For the cost of textbooks for one year of college, your son or daughter can have an experience that will change their biblical worldview… Read More →A Message for Parents of High School Graduates

“This was new life!: A parent’s testimony

This stunning testimony came last week from a dad named Greg, whose son is like Daniel in the Old Testament, boldly taking Christ into places where most fear to go. It all started with two weeks at Summit Conference: Dear Jeff, Here’s a Summit story that I think will bless you. Growing up as a pastor’s kid, my son John “prayed the prayer” and got baptized when he was very young. But I recently asked… Read More →“This was new life!: A parent’s testimony

What influences students—the world or the Bible?

Dr. Jeff Myers talks with Word of Life, Multiply podcast host Brian Baker about the keeping young adults engaged in the church. Young adults tend to stay involved in church if the church is giving them a Christian worldview that makes sense of current and future challenges Young adults tend to stay involved in church if they have mentors who show that it is possible to live out a worldview Young adults tend to stay involved in church if they… Read More →What influences students—the world or the Bible?

Rebecca James

Spring Branch, TX | 18 years old My phone broke on the very first morning. I spilled water on my bed. I caught a cold. I had to take two very cold showers. And I had the best time of my life. These unforgettable past two weeks at Summit Ministries have been a game changer in my life and walk with God, and despite any mishaps, I wouldn’t give them up for the world. My… Read More →Rebecca James

Cole Reynolds

Bellaire, TX | 17 years old “Beep Beep Beep,” my alarm was going off on the second Wednesday of session three; it was time for the “Manly Man Hike.” I struggled with two options — roll back over and get another hour of sleep or get up and get moving. Thankfully I chose the first. The trail was easy at first, but as it sloped upwards it became increasingly more difficult. As I hiked up… Read More →Cole Reynolds

Maddie Krajeski – Staff

Auburn, AL | 20 years old When I was asked to write a blog about my experience at Summit Ministries, it became hard to put into words the immense impact it has had on my life in just two short months. Coming into the staff for my first time gave me a lot of anxiety and questions. I did not feel qualified. However, I quickly learned that God chooses ordinary people to accomplish the extraordinary.… Read More →Maddie Krajeski – Staff