Summit Stories

The gospel is not just the diving board; it’s the pool.
maxfield-family
22 May

Matthew and Lisa Maxfield

Meet Matthew and Lisa Maxfield who have Koral, Caden and Myles. Matthew and Lisa moved from Southern California and have been attending Summit Cary for the past 3 years.“We came to Summit because of the influence of adoption and the amount of adoptive families making us feel more at home...

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ogles
19 May

The Ogles

The Ogles volunteer at Next Steps, are Small Group Leaders, are part of the AM service prayer team and help with Serve RDU.“We are high school sweethearts, starting our lives in our hometown of Carthage Missouri, moving to Nashville, TN, then to North Carolina.I am a hobby seamstress and embroidery/monogram...

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Phillips.davis
12 May

The Phillips Family

The Phillips have been attending Summit Cary since the campus first launched as a grassroots in Brier Creek south with a couple hundred interested people back in 2011.Ricky and Latrice lead their own multi generational small group as well as lead worship and large group for Summit Kids - Preschool.“Most...

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11 May

Multiplying Seeds of Obedience

Chris and Georgeanna had a desire to be a family to a forgotten and overlooked child, and once they started their adoption process, through providential connections, God led them to an orphanage in Taiwan that was home to a particularly overlooked and forgotten little girl.Despite discouragement to adopt from well-meaning...

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WideangleLeadSingerGlasses
29 Apr

Responding to The Whole Story

As we read together through the whole story of scripture, one way we can respond to what God is teaching us is to let that truth drive our prayer. During the month of May, we want to give you multiple opportunities to cultivate your prayer life. We’ve chosen a verse...

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18 Apr

Easter at The Summit Church

For those of you who call the Summit home and were able to attend service Easter weekend, you probably already heard some of the amazing stories coming out of worship. Summit, you prayed boldly, you invited broadly, and as a result, thousands of people heard the gospel. Let’s never lose...

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13 Apr

Painting the Invisible Man: An Amazing Story of Grace

Remember the old television show, The Invisible Man? When someone wanted to make the Invisible Man visible, they would pour paint on him. Then you could see his shape and track his movements.  That’s a picture of Jesus and the local church: we’re the paint that makes the invisible Christ visible...

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Blake-Patterson
12 Apr

Blake Patterson

Today Blake has chose to share with us his view on serving with the Cary Campus. “I’ve been attending Summit Cary for 4 years and I serve as a Sunday Morning Shift Leader as well as a Young Professionals Leader.Most people don’t know I have an identical twin brother who also...

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MyersFamily
12 Apr

The Myers

Meet the Myers: (They have blessed us with their story of adoption today!)I've been asked to write about our adoption story. The thing is… it didn't happen just a year ago, it started five years prior when God started to take the broken pieces of infertility in our lives and...

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CassieBlog
12 Apr

What’s in a Name?

This blog was written by one of our own, Cassie, who helps to lead worship at the Cary Campus. Read her thoughts on worship below. Labels are powerful. Slap a non-GMO label on a can of beans, and you’ve garnered the clout needed to raise the price by a dollar.Titles...

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