Summit Ministries is offering six free lessons from their high school curriculum series for homeschool families (regular value is $129). It is available as an iPhone app or by accessing the SummitU site using a Chrome browser. The trial lessons are available for about one year. There are 36 lessons in a full year.

I have personally benefitted a lot from the Summit Ministries lectures so would recommend you try these lessons for yourself.

This is the most dynamic worldview experience available today. It puts the proven Summit program in a box to prepare students to stand against false worldviews, to be biblically strong, and to engage the culture with truth.

                                          Understanding the Times homeschool series

This series is perfect for co-ops, too. With Summit’s proprietary digital app, you can create an entire syllabus in seconds (literally). Everything you need is included—discussion questions, quizzes, tests, videos, supplemental readings, and activities. Just pick whatever combination of courses you wish to construct a “graduate education” in apologetics, worldview, and cultural engagement:
  • Understanding the Faith is the Bible and apologetics course you’ve always wanted, teaching core biblical beliefs and how to refute the Christian worldview’s biggest critics.
  • Understanding the Times introduces students to non-Christian worldviews and teaches them how to think through and respond to competing ideas.
  • Understanding the Culture, available in the summer of 2017, deploys a biblical worldview to show students how to engage today’s most pressing issues.
Understanding the Times is the classic worldview course studied by tens of thousands of students. Now it’s completely updated and vetted by over 65 Bible-believing experts.

It’s the most captivating and engaging curriculum we’ve ever produced. And now with three courses, you have options to fit your family’s needs. Or you can use all three courses to give your high schooler a first-class worldview education.

"Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects."

Will Rogers