Can we rely on the disciples’ words in the Gospels? “If you’re looking for an account that’s written by a non-Christian, well you’ve got it; it’s called the gospel of Matthew. Don’t blame him for becoming a Christian after seeing [Jesus’ works].” — Jim Wallace, Speaker and Author of Cold Case Christianity, God’s Crime Scene, and Forensic Faith Many people suggest that we cannot trust the testimony of the disciples recorded in the gospels because they were… Read More →Video: Can we rely on the disciples’ words in the Gospels?
How can Christians start conversations with non-believers? “The best way to start a conversation with a non-believer is by asking them questions.” — Brett Kunkle, Founder and President, Maven Brett Kunkle explains how strategically placed questions and genuine, interested listening can be used to guide conversations with non-believers towards truth. 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,… Read More →Video: How can Christians start conversations with non-believers?
Standing Firm When Your Faith Comes Under Attack In our current cultural climate, there has been quite a bit of discussion about legal issues in regards to same-sex marriage and religious freedom. In this panel discussion, Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, and Jeremy Tedesco, who serves as senior counsel and vice president of U.S. Advocacy and Administration for the Alliance Defending Freedom, discuss the story and the questions behind the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil… Read More →Video: Standing Firm When Your Faith Comes Under Attack
Is lament important? “Lament is a language that is going to be for every single one of us.” — Esther Fleece, Author, No More Faking Fine Everyone goes through times of suffering, so there’s no use in hiding from it. Esther Fleece highlights biblical passages that discuss lament, and how this language can be used in our own lives. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to Your Questions”. These videos answer the questions… Read More →Video: Is lament important?
Jonathan Brush, Lumerit Education, had never attended a Summit Conference — but had a big impact on his life! While studying Philosophy and Religion in college he thought, “I can’t rationally believe this stuff anymore” but couldn’t find it in his heart to release the faith he had attained through his studies. When his wife, a Summit Alumni, introduced Summit’s Worldview Library, Jonathan read the books and something deep inside him shifted. Watch the video… Read More →“Summit Changed my Family and Career”
What does the Muslim faith teach about Jesus? “Christians have tremendous freedom to talk to Muslims about Jesus. Jesus is the center of our faith; the center of salvation, and that’s what we want to share with Muslims. We can do that because Muslims are required to believe in Jesus.” — Alan Shlemon, Speaker & Author, Stand to Reason The mission field is no longer hundreds of miles away; it is now right outside our… Read More →Video: What does the Muslim faith teach about Jesus?
How can Christians speak into the identity conversation? “It’s from the idea of the image of God that we get concepts like human dignity and human value.” — John Stonestreet, President, The Colson Center for Christian Worldview We have entered a cultural moment in which the consequences of the sexual revolution have fully inundated our thoughts, even to the point of changing the cultural perception of what it means to be human. John Stonestreet shares how… Read More →Video: Changing the Identity Conversation
Dr. Jeff Myers shares the story of Telemachus — a Christian monk whose act of sacrifice fundamentally changed his culture for the better.
Josh McDowell shares the vital importance of walking with the Body of Christ.
Should same-sex civil unions be legalized? Watch as Glenn Stanton and Jonathan Rauch discuss one of the most important issues we face today.
Summit Ministries recently welcomed Focus on the Family President Jim Daly to talk with students at a Summit Student Conference. Daly shared his testimony — including what it was like being orphaned and later adopted — and answered questions from students about same-sex marriage, Millennials, the military, and other worldview issues.
On February 26, Summit Ministries kicked off the celebration of its 50th Anniversary by sharing our adult conference keynote speaker, Eric Metaxas, with Woodmen Valley Chapel and the Colorado Springs community. 2,700 people crammed in to hear Eric’s hilarious, inspiring and prophetic message.