Dare 2 Share Ministries Bringing Youth Conference to Washington, DC for Teens to Learn from the Life of Daniel

Teens and youth leaders during Dare 2 Share conference in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo: Facebook/Dare 2 Share)
Teens and youth leaders during Dare 2 Share conference in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo: Facebook/Dare 2 Share)

Dare 2 Share Ministries is bringing their touring youth conference to Washington, D.C. this week where thousands of teenagers are expected to converge for messages and breakout sessions based on the life of Daniel.

“Dare 2 Share conferences train and equip teenagers to make disciples who make disciples,” Emma Schenkel, marketing associate of Dare 2 Share, told The Christian Post. “When students catch a passion for their unbelieving friends and are given the tools to help them share their faith, great things happen in the students, in the church and in the community.”

Schenkel said organizers of “Reverse” expect 3,000 students to attend, and although this age group can be the most difficult to engage with the church, Dare 2 Share plans to keep them interested during the two-day event that begins this Friday with relevant content.

Participants can expect something new to happen on stage every five to seven minutes, explains Schenkel, whether it is a speaker, drama or worship session.

“Teens are media and entertainment savvy so we work hard to make the presentation engaging without sacrificing substance,” said Schenkel.

While the conference is open to students in middle school and high school, youth leaders are especially encouraged to attend as well. Those attending a planned breakout session called, “Lead Differently: Leadership the Daniel Way” will learn about the four characteristics that made Daniel of the Bible a great leader including conviction, character, competence, and courage.

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Jessica Martinez

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