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Once you are a CSU Defender, your ties to CSU remain strong long after graduation. Of course, your close friendships and caring mentoring can carry on for decades, but at CSU, we also want to be a relevant and practical resource for you to continually further your career and ministry. Here are just a few ways we’d love to provide you with support and encouragement; feel free to connect with us if there is something else we can do to help you continue to reach your goals!
Summit Magazine is a publication of Clarks Summit University that provides encouragement and helpful information through stories about how alumni, professors and students are stepping up to impact their world for Christ through their careers and service.
Chapel at CSU
Clarks Summit University students and faculty meet for prayer, worship and spiritual instruction. Chapels feature faculty members, pastors, missionaries, students and other special speakers.
At Clarks Summit University, we believe staying in God’s Word helps Christ followers remember truth. To encourage people to read the Bible daily in 2020, CSU has created an easy-to-follow plan to read through the bible in one year.
This tool is designed to give people a manageable and organized way to read through the entire Bible in one year.
You are welcome to use, print and share this guide with your congregation, small group, students, family and friends.
Download CSU’s 2020 Bible Reading Plan today.
As an accredited Bible college, the Word of God is the foundation of our high-quality academic programs and welcoming student community. All undergraduate students earn a double major in Biblical Studies and the degree program of their choice. Chapel is an integral part of student life, where CSU faculty and nationally recognized speakers encourage students to live out their faith.
It only makes sense that a biblically centered school like CSU would encourage others to stay in the Word of God each day with a tool like this Bible Reading Plan.