1. Lifechangers church (the host church for the conference) got super pumped about the conference (and not just the youth group!) Custodians, executive assistants and even the production department were all excited about evangelism and evangelism training. One custodian lead a dude to Christ walking in off the
1. Not only was the conference sold out, the teens were SOLD OUT!
2. I think it was, by God's grace, the best youth leader session Doug Holliday and yours truly have done to date.
3. The youth leader’s session was held in a children’s church setting
1. It was just 7 minutes from my house. I could literally roll out of bed into the conference (well, maybe not literally!)
2. It sounded like an earthquake from back stage when the youth groups were first let in on Friday night!
3. We had a group from Teen Challenge
1. It was in San Diego! (technically El Cajon, but close enough!)
2. The teenagers were on fire! The room was a virtual dance party when the teens came back from their outreach experience.
3. They "got" every skit and were a very responsive crowd.
4. Tons of teenagers
1. There was a TON of decisions for Christ and to share Christ on Friday night.
3. The youth leaders
1. The teenagers were pumped! From backstage we could hear the buzz of a few thousands teenagers getting ready to make a huge impact on Seattle for Jesus!
2. The Digital Age. It was our first time traveling with this band. They are humble, friendly and excellent at
Not too long ago I received this e-mail from Emily. She lives a few blocks from us and her mom is a teacher in the same county my wife is. Once in awhile Emily babysits our kids and housesits for us. She told me that she had been to a Dare 2 Share conference and that it really impacted her but I didn’t know her full story until she sent me this. She gave me permission to share it with you.
1. Intercessory prayer has to be part of every Dare 2 Share conference in the future.
After experiencing the 30 minute prayer time on the Saturday night of the Reverse Tour I don't think we can ever go back to not spending at least some time in intercessory
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