Why is it important for the next generation to share their faith? How can faith leaders train Gen Z to evangelize and share the Gospel? How can we help teens see sharing their faith as “normal”?
According to our recent study, only about 4% of Gen Z students have a biblical worldview, and more than half of teens (58%) believe that many religions can lead to God, and there is not “one true religion”. Because of this, it can sometimes be scary for the next generation to share their faith, which has led to a lack of evangelism within the next generation. Many of us can relate! But Jesus has called us to share our faith and make disciples. How do we train next generation Christians to share their faith with their peers?
This week on the podcast Jonathan sits down with Greg Stier, Founder and CEO of Dare 2 Share, a ministry that equips teens to share their faith and builds youth ministries that advance the Gospel. Jonathan and Greg talk about a framework for helping teens to share the Gospel, how to start a conversation about God, why it’s so important for us to share the Gospel, how to help Gen Z see evangelism as normal, and more.
Greg Stier is the Founder and CEO of Dare 2 Share and Lead THE Cause, and is the author of several books including Gospelize Your Youth Ministry. Through his ministry, Greg has trained over a million teens to share their faith and start Gospel movements. You can find more resources from Greg at Dare2Share.org, including the Life in 6 Words mobile app, free downloadable tools, and the Gospelize podcast.