As I begin to pray and seek God for what He would have us to do this spring/summer 2012 as far as our training/equipping summit is concerned, I thought it might be helpful to answer an “age-old” question. Why Summits? Or, Why are they even needed?
The fact is, we all need to examine (re-examine) the “why” and the “how.” More than just another educational experience, the desire of the summit is to have a time of sharing, reflection, instrospection, and equipping. It’s been said that “while the Message never changes, the methods must.” How true and accurate that is. Our commission is to go into all the world with the Good News of Jesus. We are commanded to make disciples. We are charged to do life together.
The summit is an opportunity to edify the body of Christ for the work of the Gospel, together. We learn and glean from others and from testimonies. We also survey methods and ways to effectively share Jesus and shine the light. We talk about taking the timeless message into a time-sensitive, individualistic culture – to a people who are searching and seeking purpose, restoration, hope, and acceptance (to name a few).
More info will be coming on our upcoming summit in the next 7-10 days. Please stay tuned for the date/time, and plan on joining us @ Bridgeway.
Blessings and joy…