Summit College was a Canadian Bible college, founded in 1996 by Kaj Ballantyne as a place where a small number of students could come each year for intense, indoor Bible classes, a strong, supportive community structure, and a variety of extreme outdoor sports and experiences. In 2007, the Ballantynes stepped down after eleven years of running the program. Jay Cornish, the previous Director of the Boundless program, took over as the Director of Summit. Due to structural and leadership changes at MBC, Summit was suspended in the fall of 2008, to undergo evaluation and possible restructuring.
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