Celebrating 11o years of spiritual growth, Summit’s conference, “Love God, Love your neighbor,” will feature key note speakers from the Abilene area and around the nation.
In concurrence with the theme, Jonathan Storment, minister at Highland Church of Christ, and David McQueen, pastor at Beltway Baptist church, will team-up to present a session titled “Love one another” at the last session in Moody Coliseum Wednesday at 11 a.m.
Dr. David Wray, director of Summit, worked to develop several different features for this year’s sessions including the development of an application that students and guests can use to read speakers’ biographies and the schedule.
Wray said he hopes the conference will bring new ideas to its attendee’s as well as “strive to gain the attention of future generations.” He also said the Summit leadership team plans to use social media, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and iTunes.
Summit will begin Sept. 18-21 in Moody Coliseum.
Landon Saunders, president of nonprofit Heartbeat
Kelly Edminston, graduate student in the College of Biblical Studies
Sara Barton, chaplain at Pepperdine University
Jack Maxwell, creator of Jacob’s Dream and professor of art
Tony Fernandez, representative for Hope of Life, a Herald of Truth ministry
Eric Wilson, associate chaplain at Pepperdine University
Dr. Jeff Childers, professor of Bible
Dr. Phillip LeMasters, priest at St. Luke’s Orthodox Christian Church
Jim Reynolds, marriage and family counselor
Jim Gash, director of the Global Justice Program and professor at Pepperdine University