This is my 30th year in youth ministry. I founded Dare 2 Share in 1991 with the goal of reaching the next generation with the hope of Jesus. Since then, we’ve been blessed by God to inspire, equip and mobilize millions of teenagers worldwide through our catalytic events and Gospel advancing resources. I’m often asked,
Whether you’re a youth leader, teacher or parent, it’s important to help your teenagers think about and talk about politics in a way that honors God (1 Corinthians 10:31) and makes the Gospel look good (Titus 2:9,10.) There’s so much anger, hatred and just plain meanness online, that it’s easy to avoid the whole subject
The current political climate in America is more intense than anytime I can remember in my 55 years. It feels like two America’s are at war with each other, the conservatives vs. the liberals. Facebook and Twitter are lit up with angry conversations and strong opinions. People are being blocked and mocked left and right.
Get your God time back on. “I rise before dawn and cry for help. I have put my hope in your word. My eyes stay open through the watches of the night, that I may meditate on your promises.” Psalm 119: 147,148 King David got his God time on, both early morning and late at night. When
Can’t wait for you to watch this podcast! Louie Giglio is an amazing and creative pastor, preacher and thought leader. He has some super insightful things to say about worship, young people, the Gospel and evangelism during a pandemic! I was blown away by all that he had to say and I’m sure you will
I’ve always been a huge Bruce Lee fan. When his movie, Enter the Dragon, came out to theaters in the 70’s, I was hooked. Soon after watching Bruce Lee’s epic and, sadly, last film before his premature death,I signed up for Kung Fu lessons at the nearest and cheapest dojo I could find. Bruce Lee
Recently I made a post on Instagram that got a ton of comments. I posted a picture of a guy in sneakers with these words, “I’ve heard thousands of sermons in my 30+ years of ministry. Out of them all, I’d say 30% of the time the preacher gives the gospel & 30% of those