If you don’t know what SUMMIT is or have never even heard about it, you’re definitely out of the loop and you need to get involved!
To be honest, SUMMIT is one of my favourite weeks in the year. Yeah okay, it’s one of the busiest,
What an incredible day we had on SUMMIT Friday! The day started with Market Makers and Dr Dharius Daniels teaching our business people about Kingdom keys. Our Real Talk sessions began with both Ps Bill Wilson’s and Dr Dharius Daniels’ last sessions with us.
SUMMIT Thursday was top notch! Building on the momentum of Wednesday the Real Talk day sessions featured Ps Bill Wilson and Rev Samuel Rodriguez. Both messages were incredibly inspiring and brought fresh revelation to all. It was so great to hear our very own Ps Peter Mortlock share his heart.
What an incredible start to SUMMIT week. Wednesday night kicked off with a bang! The café and Youth Diner were filled with families from all over New Zealand and beyond. Once the doors opened the Sanctuary flooded with people expectant to see God move.
We’ve had our clever creatives beavering away to make some cool bits and bobs that we hope you will find awesome enough to make your social game SUMMITASTIC!
I’m a cute GIF that you can post on your FB – try me!
Winter is at our doorsteps and all the things that come with it – colder weather, warm fires, hats and beanies. Warm Soup. Mmm soup…
While many of us are piling layers of clothing on, a highlight of every year is also sneaking up on us.
So Benny Perez is coming to SUMMIT!
I’ve been watching a few of his preaching clips and this man really knows how to use humour to bring a powerful message. Like this sermon illustration about inspecting sheep…
I also watched this video below about his church and the thing that strikes me is how closely their story parallels to ours.
Summit is going to be the high point (pun intended) of my 2016, and if you’re coming up to Auckland for Summit, I bet it’s going to be yours to! I moved up to Auckland from Wellington 4 years ago. So as a non-Aucklander, I know that Auckland doesn’t always seem like the pinnacle of holiday destinations,