February 19, 2013
A Heart to Train Australia's 'Tweens'
More than 50 years after the Rev. Billy Graham held weeks of life-changing Crusades in Australia, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is back to reach young people through its Dare to Be a Daniel program.
January 11, 2013
Little Evangelists: Growing Up Sharing Your Faith
The impressionable stage of adolescence is the driving force behind Dare to Be a Daniel. To date, the program has offered evangelism training to more than 29,000 teens and tweens.
June 1, 2012
Measuring Impact of Dare to Be a Daniel
Five years ago, Southpoint Community Church in Jacksonville, Fla., rolled out the Dare to Be a Daniel curriculum, which proved to be "a pivotal point" in developing Christ followers in its student ministry.
May 14, 2012
Summer Camp with the Daniel Difference
The Dare to Be a Daniel Experience could be the very tool you need to help your campers impact the Kingdom of God, long after the end of camp.
May 1, 2012
Teaching Tweens to Share Their Testimonies
Probably one of the strongest witnesses for a tween in those awkward years between nine and 14 is the example of their peers. That’s why Dare to Be a Daniel, the youth evangelism training ministry of the BGEA, is encouraging kids to share their stories with one another.
December 26, 2011
'Borders Expanding' for Dare to Be a Daniel
More than 4,400 students were trained at 2011 summer camps with the Dare to Be a Daniel 5-session resource, and 2012 looks to be another big year with the ministry deploying in Australia, Haiti, Canada and the U.K.
August 9, 2011
Dare to Be a Daniel Goes International
International doors have opened up for Dare to Be a Daniel to be launched in other countries and soon the evangelism training program for tweens (age 9-14) will be prevalent in Australia, the UK, Haiti and Quebec.
August 3, 2011
How D2BD is Impacting Two Sisters
Dare To Be A Daniel has given two young sisters a better understanding of the Scriptures and the life of Daniel, helping them share Christ and stand up for God.
February 7, 2011
What's New with "Daniel" in 2011?
Meet one of more than 39,000 “followers” who regularly log on to the Dare to Be a Daniel Facebook page, a shining star in ministry’s efforts to raise up the next generation of evangelists.
October 13, 2010
Defending the Family
One of BGEA's very own will be teaching others about teaching the next generation.
September 15, 2010
A New Online Christian Community for Youth
The new DaretoBeaDaniel.com offers an engaging platform for youth to connect with peers and grow together in ministry.
June 2, 2010
Communicating Christ With Confidence
God wants to help you do things you otherwise could never do.
April 9, 2010
"I Could Tell Anybody about Christ"
With five lessons, the Dare to be a Daniel Experience is versatile enough to be used for Sunday school, vacation Bible school or weekend retreats.
March 18, 2010
Bearing the Burdens of Others
Even two months after this catastrophic event, thousands of youth are interceding on behalf of Haiti earthquake victims – one prayer and one kid at a time.
October 7, 2009
A New Disciple-Making "Experience"
Students can now be trained to reach their friends and family for Jesus Christ in just five sessions, thanks to the new Dare to Be a Daniel Experience.
September 30, 2009
Dare to be a Daniel
Dare to be a Daniel has trained over 14,000 young people to share the Gospel.
July 31, 2009
Disciples in the Making
This summer, some Christian camps are using the Dare to be a Daniel curriculum to teach campers how to share their faith with their friends
June 12, 2009
Reaching Tweens with the Gospel
There has never been a more crucial time to reach our youth with the Gospel.
June 10, 2009
Dare to be a Daniel Takes Center Stage in New Special
The new Billy Graham Television Special focuses on the bold faith of two teenagers, Darius Bego and Allee Keener, who were trained through the Dare to Be a Daniel program.
February 5, 2009
'How Can You Stay Silent?'
For someone like Sarah Scheidt, it’s frustrating to see those teens around her who give lip service to Jesus or religion, but shy away from living it out or telling their friends about their relationship with Christ.