I love it when Jesus is working in someone’s life… and that person realizes it’s time to trust and respond in faith.
So often it happens at a time we don’t expect it!
In the Bible in Acts 8, a man from Ethiopia was on a road trip going home from Jerusalem when his life was forever changed. A disciple told him the Good News about what Jesus had done… and the man believed.
As they traveled along the road, they came to some water and the eunuch said, “Look, here is water. What can stand in the way of my being baptized?” Acts 8:36
He was baptized right then and made a part of God’s family. The Ethiopian eunuch realized that nothing was more important than trusting God’s promises.
I love seeing lives changed that way at Summit, and the video above celebrates baptisms in May. Our next Baptism Bash is coming soon on Sunday, September 24.
If you or your family haven’t been baptized, I want to encourage you to trust God’s promises and be baptized that day as well! Click below to register and get more info:
In Acts 16, an entire family was baptized in the middle of the night because the father believed in Jesus.
He realized he didn’t need to clean up his life first or answer every question–it was simply time to trust God’s plan and new life. I encourage you to check out our Baptism FAQ’s to learn more about what the Bible teaches and the importance of baptism for you (and your family).
Feel free to contact email@example.com with any questions.
If you have kids, Mike Weniger (Student Ministry Director), Jamie Wolf (Summit Kids Director), Pastor Vince or I would be happy to talk with your family after worship this weekend. Let us know if your students have questions we can help to answer.
Two Become One
This Sunday is the final week in our marriage series, and I hope you can join us! Many people wish there was a way to “divorce-proof” their marriage. This Sunday I’m excited to share some insights from God’s Word that will help to protect your marriage over time.
Trust that your Heavenly Father wants your marriage to thrive.
I’m praying for everyone at Summit who is married, those who want to be someday and those of you who are trying guide your kids/grandkids in this journey. Keep your eyes fixed on Jesus and keep moving forward in faith!
Yours in Christ,