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Dare 2 Share LIVE 2017 in Photos

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The first ever Dare 2 Share LIVE was a day filled with worship, gospel training, and bringing the love of Jesus to communities across America—all the way from Alaska to Florida. Check out these snapshots to see what happened on September 23rd. Then find a location and join us for Dare 2 Share LIVE 2018 on October 13!
Almost 10,000 teens and youth leaders across America kicked off the day by worshipping God at the first ever Dare 2 Share LIVE event.
Tenth Avenue North led worship at the main Dare 2 Share LIVE host site in Arvada, Colorado.
Host sites around the country were led in worship by their own worship teams, making Dare 2 Share LIVE truly “live.” (Photo from Morgantown Community Church in Elverson, PA)
Kayla Thompson was the emcee at the Colorado host site which was simulcast to 67 other host sites across the nation. (Photo from Morgantown Community Church)
Dare 2 Share CEO and founder Greg Stier started the gospel training by calling students to pray for their lost friends.
Students spent time in prayer for their friends who don’t know Jesus. (Photo from Morgantown Community Church)
The Skit Guys joined us at the Denver host site, providing tons of laughter and thought-provoking sketches to inspire students to share their faith.
Talented rap artist Propaganda brought wisdom and inspiration through an incredible message about living for the glory of God.
Teenagers came to Dare 2 Share LIVE in both big and small groups, with their churches or with friends.
LIVE attendees learned the G.O.S.P.E.L., which stands for “God. Our. Sins. Paying.
Everyone. Life.” before going to outreach. (Photo from Morgantown Community Church)
“Life with Jesus starts now and lasts forever!” (Photo from Morgantown Community Church)
Greg Stier commissioned students to go and share the gospel in their communities during the afternoon outreach time.
Students shared the gospel with strangers in Olde Town Arvada, Colorado during outreach.
Sharing the gospel with a man in Olde Town Arvada.
Students in Pennsylvania collected canned food from local neighborhoods. (Photo from Morgantown Community Church)
Collecting canned food in the neighborhood. (Photo from Morgantown Community Church)
Students across the nation brought back 19 tons of nonperishable food items from nearby neighborhoods in just one day! This food was donated to local food banks and shelters.
Food collected at Dare 2 Share LIVE is going to provide approximately 31,000 meals for those in need around America.
A volunteer (one of 1,512 nationwide) at Morgantown Community Church helps organize food that students brought back from the neighborhood.
Zane Black and Kayla Thompson interviewed students on stage after the outreach time. The students shared awesome stories of what God did while they were sharing the gospel in the community that afternoon.
A few more teens got to share their outreach experiences on stage.
The day ended with a concert by Tenth Avenue North that was streamed to host sites across America.
Greg Stier, Propaganda, Tenth Avenue North, Zane Black, and Kayla Thompson celebrated the end of a successful Dare 2 Share LIVE!

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