Dr. Jeff Myers, president of Summit Ministries, joined me this week to discuss student worldview issues. If you have students and haven’t heard of Summit, then it is definitely something you need to check out. One of Summit’s main focuses is a two-week conference for 16-25 year olds that is located in Colorado, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania. Every summer they bring in the best leaders to train the students in worldview, culture, theology, apologetics, and much more.

Summit also has a publishing division that offers resources for Christian schools, homeschool, and churches. I use their Christian school curriculum in my classroom and it has been transforming for the students.




Dr. Myers has also recently published his newest book, The Secret Battle of Ideas about God: Overcoming the Outbreak of Five Fatal Worldviews.

I hope you enjoy my discussion with Dr. Myers on student worldview issues and find the resources of Summit Ministries helpful.

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