Jesus said, "It is more blessed to give than to receive." That's why I personally invest in reaching young people with the good news of Jesus. Will you join me this Christmas season?
This video is about 7 years old and I just re-watched it for the first time in a long time. It's still funny. Check it out!
About 16 months ago my son and I had the privilege of meeting our sponsor child through Compassion International. It was a perspective-altering experience for Jeremy and me. Just tonight I just stumbled across the video that they produced of our trip and was reminded of the power of
I've climbed a few "14ers" in my life (that's me and my boy on the top of Grays Peak in Colorado: elevation 14,278') but that was nothing compared to getting to the blogging world equivalent of conquering Mt. Everest...writing 1000 blog posts!
It's taken me since April 10, 2006 to
1. 85% of those who trust in Jesus do so before the age of 18 (and that's our target audience!)
2. We believe in the power of the gospel to change lives (Romans 1:16.)
3. We believe in the potential of teenagers to change the world (1
Although I do a ton of fundraising for the ministry I lead, Dare 2 Share, I also financially support various ministries on a personal level. Over the years I've developed a giving philosophy that has helped me navigate my donation choices.
Of course our giving commitment starts with our own
"When I was young, I said to God, 'God, tell me the mystery of the universe.' But God answered, 'That knowledge is for me alone.' So I said, 'God, tell me the mystery of the peanut.' Then God said, 'Well, George, that's more nearly your size.'" George Washington Carver
As a ministry whose singular focus is “energizing a generation to evangelize their world” we have a handful of churches that see us as a strategic part of their mission/outreach giving. These churches understand that reaching teenagers is essential both on a local and global level. On a local level
On May 16th the series called "The Office" will officially end. It had a good run. In honor of it's kookiness those of us at Dare 2 Share did our own version a few years back. Enjoy.