Jesus’ discipleship approach interwove evangelism and discipleship seamlessly. He didn’t see these two elements of the Christian life as separate, distinct subsets of spiritual formation, but rather as the combined outflow of lives that were sold out to Him and committed to His cause. This wholistic perspective on becoming a fully-devoted, gospel-advancing Jesus follower melded […]
An evangelism-focused youth leader resource that provides encouragement and practical ideas & tools you can use within your youth ministry. Sent right to your in-box every other week, energize will help you create a gospel advancing climate in your youth group.
Do you ever feel intimidated when it comes to sharing your faith? Does your heart pound or do your palms sweat when God drops an opportunity to witness squarely in your lap? Have you ever wondered if this disqualifies you from being able to set the pace for your students when it comes to evangelism? […]
At Dare 2 Share (D2S), we’re passionate about the power of the gospel AND the impact teens can have in reaching their world for Christ! That’s why we’re continually striving to deliver creative, powerful, catalytic, God-focused training for students and youth leaders. So I’m excited to tell you about a fantastic week-long, summer training opportunity […]
Change is never easy—especially when it involves recalibrating the expectations of your students and their parents. But moving toward a more vision-driven approach to youth ministry IS worth it when you’re confident that is what Jesus is calling you to. Still, it can feel like you’re trying to turn a massive, ocean-going vessel. It doesn’t […]
It’s one thing to charge forward as a single individual—just you and God—in pursuit of your bold vision for your youth ministry. It’s something else entirely to bring your key leaders on-board as you seek to incorporate your vision statement into your youth ministry’s philosophy, plans and programs. It requires a special spiritual mix of […]
Too many ministries focus on what they are doing, rather than on what is getting done. These wise words from seminary professor and author Mark Senter III point to our critical, continual need to keep an eye on the big picture of what we’re driving toward. It’s all too easy for us to simply get […]