They are aiming for 50,000 teens to begin at least 300,000 faith conversations, all while serving their communities in a practical way.
But one Colorado evangelist is not deterred and is empowering tens of thousands of them with the Gospel."Henry David Thoreau said that 'for every thousand hacking at the leaves of evil, one strikes at the root,'" Greg Stier, founder of Dare 2 Share, told The Christian Post.On September 23, Dare 2 Share will host a simulcast event called Dare 2 Share LIVE and dozens of churches across the U. In each city, teens will have outreach to do that day — including collecting food and sharing their faith with social media utilities — and will learn how to open discussion about their faith.Dare 2 Share LIVE will allow the organization to reach more teens in one day than they typically can in a whole year.Stier believes Christians oftentimes "do it backwards" by dealing with and trying to fix the issues in trying to "win our culture back." But it can't be done through "polemic debate or through politics," he stressed."The way we are going to win our culture back is we're going reach the next generation, and we're going to disciple the next generation, give them a renewed heart and renewed mind," he said. That will filter down into the moral fiber of our nation and it will filter into our politics."And that's what Stier has been doing for the last 25 years through Dare 2 Share.Thus far, through training events and resources for youth ministers, Dare 2 Share has empowered over a million teens to be bold in their faith.
And when people come to the Lord and the Holy Spirit begins to dwell in them, they are regenerated and He begins a process of transformation, Stier explained.