Summit Student Conferences: Our Family’s Experience

Summit Student Conferences served to deepen my children’s beliefs and boost their confidence in sharing their faith with others. Summit put all sorts of new tools in their wheelhouse that have better equipped them to stand strong in their faith, both in college classrooms and private conversations alike.

What’s more, Summit also provides tools for parents (like me) who long for deeply meaningful conversations with their teens and young adults. While your student is attending student conference, you’ll receive email updates from Summit filled with specific prayer requests as well as a full list of suggested discussion prompts aimed at helping kids continue to process and articulate the things they learned during their time away, even after they return home. Summit also provides some fantastic “Basecamp Training” that parents, teachers, and youth leaders can take for FREE. (To find out more about Summit Basecamp, select “programs” in their website menu and scroll to the bottom of the page)

Are you interested in sending your teen or young adult (ages 16-22) to a Summit Student Conference? Click the link below for more information, and SAVE $100 OFF YOUR REGISTRATION with the code FLANDERS23 (this $100 discount can be used in addition to the early bird savings available through March).

Summit Student Conferences

Jennifer Flanders
Jennifer Flanders
Jennifer Flanders is a homeschooling mother of 12 and grandmother to 20. She and her husband of 35 years live in the piney woods of East Texas, where she shares lots of homeschooling tips and free printable resources at An award-winning author, she also blogs on faith and family at

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