"…But I’ve Already Trusted You with the Gospel" - Dare 2 Share
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students to reach their world.
Helping youth leaders empower
students to reach their world.
Helping youth leaders empower
students to reach their world.

“…But I’ve Already Trusted You with the Gospel”


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Youth leader Brandon Van Dyke has a heart for empowering his students in every way. During a recent student-led renovation project, the teens learned that they’ve been trusted with more than just a project. They’ve been trusted with the gospel. 

It’s this mentality of entrusting students with Jesus’ message that helps them understand their responsibility as messengers of the gospel message. Here’s Brandon to explain how Dare 2 Share and the Gospel Advancing Ministry strategy has helped him empower his students.

Is your ministry one where students have been trusted with the gospel message and are actively sharing it? Take the Gospel Advancing Ministry diagnostic here. 

If you’re ready to become a Gospel Advancing Ministry, then Dare 2 Share is ready to help you get there. Find out more about joining the Gospel Advancing Ministry movement here.

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