Propel exists to equip students to be Christ-centered influencers. Our aim is to train students to live with their identity rooted in Christ, develop Jesus-centered community, and learn how to have a lasting influence in the lives of others.
How you do something is just as significant as to why you do something. We are all leaders in some capacity, but how you lead yourself first is what's most important. Build a strong foundation that will serve you for the rest of your life.


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Jonathan Morrow

Jonathan Morrow

D. Min in Engaging Mind and Culture at Talbot School of Theology M.A. and M.Div in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Biola University / Talbot School of Theology B.A. English, Middle Tennessee State University Jonathan is the author of Welcome to College, Questioning the Bible, and Think Christianly and coauthor of Is God Just a Human Invention? He also contributed to the Apologetics Study Bible for Students. He enjoys teaching in the summer Impact 360 Immersion experience, the 9 month Gap Year experience, and the Masters experience for graduate students. As the founder of Think Christianly (thinkchristianly.org), Jonathan speaks nationally on worldview, apologetics, and culture and is passionate about seeing a new generation of Christ-followers understand what they believe, why they believe it, and why it matters in life. His books have been featured on shows like Family Life Today, Stand to Reason, Breakpoint, WAY-FM, In the Market with Janet Parshall, The Janet Mefferd Show, and Apologetics 315. He and his wife have been married for 13 years and have three children. http://jonathanmorrow.org twitter.com/jonathan_morrow
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Brett Kunkle

Brett Kunkle

Brett Kunkle is the founder and president of MAVEN, a movement to equip the next generation know truth, pursue goodness and create beauty. He has more than 25 years of experience working with junior high, high school, and college students. He was a youth pastor in Southern California and in the Denver area for 11 years and was the Student Impact Director for Stand to Reason for 14 years. Brett has developed a groundbreaking approach to mission trips, creating a one-of-a-kind experience that immerses participants in real-life engagement in apologetics, theology, worldview and evangelism in Berkeley, California, and Salt Lake City, Utah. In addition, Brett is a Teaching Fellow at the Impact 360 Institute. Brett is an author, contributing to numerous articles and books. He wrote the Ambassadors Guide to Mormonism, was an associate editor for the Apologetics Study Bible for Students and co-authored A Practical Guide to Culture: Helping the Next Generation Navigate Today’s World. He received his Master’s degree in philosophy of religion and ethics from Talbot School of Theology. Brett lives with his wife and kids in Southern California.
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Alisa Childers

Alisa Childers

As a lifelong church-goer, a follower of Jesus, and former CCM recording artist with the Dove award-winning group ZOEgirl, Alisa Childers experienced a period of profound doubt about her faith in her mid-thirties. She felt as though she had been tossed in a stormy ocean of uncertainty with no life jacket or lifeboat in sight. She didn't know where to find answers to her questions, or if answers existed at all. Did she have to accept it all on some kind of blind faith?   Alisa began to investigate her faith intellectually—she took seminary classes and read everything she could get my hands on. This began her journey from unreasoned doubt into a vibrant, rational, and informed faith.
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Greg Stier
Dare 2 Share

Greg Stier

Greg Stier has a reputation for knowing and relating to today’s teens in unique and effective ways. Because of his 25+ years in youth ministry, Greg is widely viewed as an authority on teen issues and adolescent spirituality. Over the course of the last 20 years, Greg has spoken to over 1,000,000 teens in major venues across the nation and heard countless stories of their struggles and triumphs. Greg’s commitment to mobilizing teenagers to reach their generation for Christ is rooted in the transforming power of the gospel. Raised in a violent, inner-city family of body-builders, he never had a dad and never felt like he measured up because his biceps weren’t big enough! But one by one, he saw his tough, urban family of “thugs” come to know Christ. And that ignited a passion in Greg to see all lost people come to know Jesus. Living just minutes away from the scene of the 1999 Columbine High School shootings in the Denver area, the tragedy triggered a pivotal turning point in Greg’s career. Following those events, he resigned a pastorate at a church in Arvada, Colorado, to pursue Dare 2 Share (D2S) full-time. Since then, Greg and the ministry of D2S have impacted the lives of hundreds of thousand teenagers across the country, motivating and equipping them to relationally reach out to those who don’t know Jesus with the gospel message of hope. Greg is well-known for his ability to inspire teenagers to action by communicating Biblical truth through amazing true-life stories and side-splitting humor. This ability to connect with teens has made him a nationally known and sought-after speaker and author who speaks to the heart of teen issues and helps teens find their significance in God. As a dynamic communicator, Greg has had the privilege of appearing on several national television and radio shows.
Charmaine Porter
Learning Community Coordinator
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Mitch Aldridge
Manager, Summer Experiences and Alumni

Mitch Aldridge

Mitch is a Program Coordinator at Impact 360 Institute and has been training students in worldview, leadership, and discipleship since 2012. He was commissioned as an Impact 360 Institute Fellow in 2011 and went on to earn a Bachelor's degree in Christian Studies from Mississippi College. His passion is to create a culture of discipleship in the next generation, where students as equipped to know the truth, be transformed in their character and live a life of Kingdom influence. Empowering students to make disciples in their spheres of influence is his favorite pastime. In his free time, Mitch enjoys hiking, swimming, and watching college football (Go Dawgs!). Mitch lives in Pine Mountain, GA with his wonderful wife Lindsey.
Emily Mitchell
Program Specialist

You will experience

Learn To Lead
Leadership Initiatives are where students will practice leading their peers in active learning environments with a Propel Student Engagement Facilitator helping them navigate various challenges.
Grow Your Mind
TED-style sessions where we repackage timeless biblical truths in a way that students understand and relate to. Covering topics such as worldview, discipleship, leadership, and service.
Dive Into Community
Small groups of same-gender peers led by our Propel Student Engagement Facilitators focus on helping students process what they’ve learned each day and how they can apply it to their daily life.

Grow as a Christ-centered influencer.

June 21-27, 2020
Q: What age is Impact 360 Propel for?
A: Propel is for High schoolers: we accept rising highschool Freshman to recently graduated Seniors
Q: How do I apply to Impact 360 Propel Coaching?
A: Propel Coaching registration page can be requested at [email protected]
Q: Where is Impact 360 Institute located?
A: Impact 360 Institute is located: 100 Impact Circle Pine Mountain, GA 31822 Note: Friends and family are welcome to send letters, cards, and your student’s favorite cookies to them while at Propel! (Please use your student’s name when you send).
Q: What airport should I fly to and how should I get to campus?
A: ATL Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the best location. It’s approximately 1 ½ hour from Impact 360’s campus. If you fly in to ATL on the day of registration by 1PM, then Impact 360 Propel staff members will be there to receive you and take you to Impact 360. On the last day of Propel we will also take you to the airport at 12:00PM for flights leaving at 2PM and later. Do not fly out any earlier than 2PM, because our closing program will end at 11:30AM.