Everybody's freaking out.
Have you ever noticed that the world is Christmas-crazed? Nonbelievers and believers alike celebrate the holiday season, filling the streets with Christmas cheer. Maybe you let that person who looked rushed go in front of you in the Starbucks line today. Maybe you dropped a toy off at a toy drive or perhaps you threw a little extra money in the the Red Kettle in front of your local grocery store. Whatever it is, the world gets a bit more generous at this time of the year. People are kinder, people love better and reflections of our Savior are easier to find.
People often ask me how often I travel. My standard answer is "a lot."
As a traveling evangelist and the primary spokesperson for Dare 2 Share, I'm in planes, trains and automobilies much of the time...well, not trains (it just sounded good.)
While many people hate travel, I don't. I'm kinda wired for it.
But I don't love everything about traveling. If I'm honest there are a few things I do hate when it comes to criss-crossing this nation for the sake of the gospel.
On September 1st, 1991 Dare 2 Share officially began in the office of my spiritual mentor and theology teacher, Jonathan Smith. Originally, the overall ministry was called "Tandem Ministries" which was comprised of two branches, Tandem Bible College (now called Rocky Mountain Bible College) and "Warriors for Christ" (now called Dare 2 Share!)
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This is an announcement I've been hoping to make for the last several years. Praise God with me for Debbie Bresina's new appointment as President of Dare 2 Share! Here's the official press release...
I know. I know. It's been a crazy year.
And you just looked down at your watch and realized "Holy Canoli! It's December 31st and I still haven't done my year end giving yet!"
Take a deep breath. It's okay. There's still time.
Here's some things to consider before you make that last