North Summit News - February
on February 4th, 2021
This past month we kicked off the New Year by returning to the book of Acts with our “DNA: The Core of the Local Church” sermon series. At North Summit our values come from the example set for us by the actions and attitudes of the early church. Join us the next two weeks as we wrap up this series by discussing what it looks like to take risk for the sake of the Gospel and our desire to be known f...  Read More
Joy - Advent 2020
on December 20th, 2020
Joy.There is no joy like the joy of discovery.“I just discovered this new restaurant!”“I just discovered this new TV show!”“I just discovered this new band!”“I just discovered I have extra vacation time!”“I just discovered I had a wealthy relative who left me millions of dollars in inheritance!”Joy is quite possibly the deepest, most common motivator of all people in all times. We go to great leng...  Read More
Hope - Advent 2020
on December 13th, 2020
I hope I get a new bike.I hope my team wins this game.I hope people like me.I hope she likes me.I hope I get into that school.I hope I get my dream job.I hope someone will want to marry me.I hope I get a promotion.I hope I will have kids one day.I hope I am a good person.I hope I will grow out of this habit.I hope they don’t judge how dirty my house is.I hope I stop feeling this way.I hope this is...  Read More
Love - Advent 2020
on December 6th, 2020
Luke 1:26-28In the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent from God to a city of Galilee named Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David. And the virgin's name was Mary. And he came to her and said, “Greetings, O favored one, the Lord is with you!”We’ve all gotten bad gifts. And I don’t mean the “you got me this ugly sweater?” kind of bad gift. I mean the...  Read More
Peace - Advent 2020
on November 29th, 2020
The Hebrew word for “peace” is the word “shalom.” It means “to be safe, sound, perfect, complete, nothing lacking.” Shalom signifies the presence of well-being and harmony, both within and without. It also signifies the absence of anxiety or stress. Biblically, it is a future-orientated word.One would think the birth of the prince of “shalom” must have been peaceful.One would think.Matthew 1:18-25...  Read More
Health Order Update
on November 20th, 2020
North Summit Family,This week our leadership spent time discussing and praying about our response to the Governor’s state-wide health order and Panhandle Health’s district-wide mask order. We understand the divisive nature of these conversations and that there are very passionate people on both sides of the current issue. We understand that we need to do our part to help slow the spread of Covid i...  Read More