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Summit Church

10225 E Kellogg

Wichita, Kansas,67207

United States

Company Description

Summit Church Is Located in Wichita Kansas. Experience Dynamic Worship, Bible Study, and Preaching at the Summit Every Sunday and Wednesday. Pastor Terry Fox and Pastor Joe Wright invite you to join us for worship! We serve breakfast and coffee every Sunday Mo...more

Background Information

Employment History

Pastor

Immanuel Baptist Church


Affiliations

The North American Mission Board Inc

Trustee Chairman


SBC

Pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church and Trustee Chairman of the North American Mission Board


Education

Ouachita Baptist University


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Summit Staff - Summit Church Kansas

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Terry Fox
Terry Fox Lead Pastor Terry Fox has served as a senior pastor for over 30 years, and is the founding pastor for Summit Church. He has been visible across America and has been interviewed by national media such as FOX News, NBC's Hardball and The New York Times and The Washington Post. He has a strong media ministry and is presently co-host of the Answering the Call radio talk show which is heard on stations across the mid-west. He received numerous invitations to speak across the country and has been blessed to be pastor of strong, fast-growing congregations within the Southern Baptist Convention and other religious institutions, including three years as Chairman of Trustees for the North American Mission Board. Pastor Terry speaks each Sunday morning in the 10:50 a.m. worship service. Judy Reddoch serves on Summit's staff as the Executive Assistant to Pastor Terry Fox.


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Terry Fox, pastor of Summit Church in Wichita, said he thinks that Kansas needs a law to ensure people can exercise their personal religious convictions.
"What do you do with a member of Summit Church, who owns a business, who has conviction that he doesn't want his product going to promote something that's a sin to him? Fox said. "That's probably the biggest issue and I think in writing the religious freedom law that's been the challenge a little bit, how do you distinguish between the church member and the church?" What do you do with a member of Summit Church, who owns a business, who has conviction that he doesn't want his product going to promote something that's a sin to him? Terry Fox, Wichita pastor


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Terry Fox
Lead Pastor Terry Fox has served as a senior pastor for over 30 years, and is the founding pastor for Summit Church. He has been visible across America and has been interviewed by national media such as FOX News, NBC's Hardball and The New York Times and The Washington Post. He has a strong media ministry and is presently co-host of the Answering the Call radio talk show which is heard on stations across the mid-west. He received numerous invitations to speak across the country and has been blessed to be pastor of strong, fast-growing congregations within the Southern Baptist Convention and other religious institutions, including three years as Chairman of Trustees for the North American Mission Board. Pastor Terry speaks each Sunday morning in the 10:50 a.m. worship service. Judy Reddoch serves on Summit's staff as the Executive Assistant to Pastor Terry Fox. Check out Pastor Terry Fox's newest video blog! Worship On Wednesday Is Back!


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Those who have fought same-sex marriage all along, like Terry Fox, Pastor at Summit Church said the governor's order is a good first step but more needs to be done.
"I think at this point in time most people have come to realization that gay marriage is going to be legal in all 50 states. I think though what they're concerned about is that they're not forced to accept this kind of lifestyle," Fox said. "The executive order from the governor's office today is a good start but I'm not sure it has enough teeth in it to do the kind of protection that I think people in Kansas, Christian people, are going to need." Fox said he thinks there will need to be more religious freedom laws to protect others who are against same-sex marriage, like small business owners. He said he doesn't want anyone to be punished because of their beliefs.


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Pastor Terry Fox, Senior Pastor at Summit Church, supported the 2014 Kansas Religious Freedom Act.
He was disappointed, but not surprised by the Supreme Court's ruling. "Unfortunately, I believe that the decision was a wrong a decision," said Fox. He sees this issue to play out for years to come, just like abortion. With more conversations to come, he wants to make sure Kansans religious beliefs are protected. "Remember this, the people of Kansas did not change their definition of marriage, in my opinion a runaway court, who had no authority to do that, they have imposed their view of marriage on the people of Kansas," said Fox. Fox said he and other pastors will get together in the near future to discuss existing laws and potential future laws to protect private business owners from promoting gay marriages if they chose not to. "We want to make sure there's enough teeth in the existing religious freedom bills," said Fox. While frustrated with the decision, Fox is happy the court did not mandate churches to perform same-sex marriages.


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