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“And I tell you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it.” Jesus to Peter in Matthew 16:18 We are in a cultural moment where the church is reeling. Morally fallen pastors, Post-Covid-Lockdown church attendance plunges, congregations divided over politics, masks and vaccines,
“I have fought the good fight.” 2 Timothy 4:7 I come from a family of street fighters. Three of my uncles were competitive bodybuilders. The fourth was a bouncer at the toughest bar in Denver. The fifth was a Golden Gloves boxer, Judo champion and war hero. And all of them were men to be
Have you ever been pushed beyond what you thought were your limits? Someone believed in you, and you dug deep and found the strength and resilience needed to accomplish the task, overcome the obstacles and endure the situation. We might think the perfect child, Jesus, would require the perfect family. But Mary was young, poor,
It’s hard to believe that 30 years ago this month Dare 2 Share started. I’ll never forget sitting in Jonathan and Maybelle Smith’s home office and officially signing the paperwork that stated we were an official ministry. Jonathan was my former theology professor at Colorado Christian University and spiritual mentor during my college years. He
“If you want to start a movement, you’ve got to make a move.” Jerrod Gunter (Youth Pastor/Dare 2 Share Speaker) Every great movement started with someone who was willing to make a move. Esther made a move and saved a nation. David made a move and killed a giant. Jesus made a move and changed
Life’s little frustrations can lead to Gospel conversations. There’s few things more frustrating than a flat tire. Yesterday my wife got one on her way to her hair appointment. I drove there as soon as I could, trying to beat the storm clouds that were rolling over the front range of the Rocky Mountains. Quite
There’s a lot of talk in denominational leadership circles today about the need for more church plants and a stronger effort put toward church revitalization. I fully agree. We need more and stronger churches! As a former church planter myself, I see the need for strong Gospel Advancing, disciple-multiplying ministries within reach of every person