At Impact 360 Institute we believe in raising a generation of leaders who know Jesus deeply, choose to be transformed in their character, and live with Spirit-empowered influence.
We also believe that because all truth is God’s truth, so we reject the idea that reality is to be carved up into the artificial categories of sacred and secular. As Christ-followers we are called to live every aspect of our lives under God’s authority and for God’s glory. Classical thinkers referred to this as Coram Deo (literally “before the face of God”). How we think and how we live go together, and are all based in this reality.
Impact 360 Immersion is a 2-week transformational worldview and leadership experience for high school students where they will learn what they believe, why they believe it, and how to live it out in the real world.
Our students will learn from some of the best minds in biblical worldview and apologetics. They will also engage in powerful times of worship. This is paired with incredibly fun & engaging excursions to make memories that last a lifetime. Immersion isn’t just a summer camp, it’s a chance to dive into your faith and make it your own.
Impact 360 Immersion dives into the tough questions about God, the Bible, Culture, Morality, and other Worldviews. Leave with a solid understanding of the Biblical Worldview, and leave with the tools and a community of other Jesus followers who are actively seeking to influence the world around them for the gospel.
Each day we will engage in two big ideas, learn from our lecturer, ask questions and engage in group discussion and personal reflection.
Take what we are learning in class and put it into action with various excursions off campus
Enjoy time with others in teams and in small groups.
Chantal Monique Duson has a background in social service and children’s ministry. She has worked with a diverse array of under-served communities.
Monique worked as a Missionary to South Africa for over 4 years, serving children and teachers impacted by drugs, violence, and trauma.
Monique spent 2 decades advocating for Critical Race Theory (CRT), but through a series of events began to see the contradictions of CRT with the historic Christian worldview. She is now convinced that CRT is not the best way to achieve racial unity and actively speaks out against the use of CRT within the church. Monique's vision is to promote a vision for racial healing based on the historic Christian worldview.
Monique has a BA in Sociology from Biola University. She is working on a MA in Theology.
Monique has appeared on shows such as Relatable (with Allie Beth Stuckey), the Alisa Childers podcast, and Breakpoint (with John Stonestreet).