every teen everywhere
HEARING THE GOSPEL FROM A FRIEND
This vision drives everything we do.
Energizing the Church to Mobilize youth to Gospelize their world.
WHAT WE DO
Dare 2 Share Ministries exists to see the Gospel advanced and disciples made among today’s youth.
We do this by equipping youth leaders to build Gospel Advancing Ministries. Then, these youth leaders train their teens to share their faith with the lost around them.
We know that evangelism accelerates the discipleship process. If your students are involved in sharing the Gospel, they will grow in their faith faster than any curriculum can take them through.
who we are
In 1991, a young pastor named Greg Stier had a vision to see teens sharing their faith and reaching their world for Christ. From this vision, Dare 2 Share Ministries (D2S) was born.
In 1999, the Columbine High School shooting happened in Littleton, CO, mere minutes from the Dare 2 Share headquarters. This monumental tragedy brought the nation to its knees and triggered a turning point in Greg’s career. Following those events, he resigned from a pastorate at a church in Arvada, Colorado to pursue his role at D2S full-time.
Since then, Greg and the ministry of D2S have impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of teens across the country, motivating and equipping them to relationally reach those who don’t know Jesus with the Gospel message.
Today, Dare 2 Share is making a global impact for God’s kingdom through powerful events that equip teenagers to reach their world with the Gospel. In addition to teen evangelism training events, Dare 2 Share is leading a movement of Gospel Advancing leaders from all over the world, equipping them with tools to advance the Gospel in their ministries.
what we believe
We believe that man was created in the image of God, but because of sin, was alienated from God. Only through faith, trusting in Christ alone for salvation, are we reconciled to God. This reconciliation was made possible through the death of Christ on our behalf and His resurrection from the dead. (Acts 16:31, I Corinthians 15:3-4, Romans 10:9, Ephesians 2:8-9)