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Every year, Dare 2 Share Ministries trains tens of thousands of Christian teens across the counry to be evangelists (see this week's cover story). Started in Arvada by born preacher Greg Stier (pictured), the non-profit uses stadium conferences and high-quality media -- like a reality series recently filmed in Hawaii -- to grab kids' attention. Here, you can check out the trailer for Gospel Journey Maui, see a slideshow from a conference that drew 10,000 teens to the Pepsi Center, and watch other Dare 2 Share video clips of Greg.

Click here to see the slideshow. After the jump, check out a promo for Gospel Journey: Maui and three more videos illustrating the activities and personalities of Dare 2 Share.

The Gospel Journey: Maui promo:

Donkey Evangelism, a Jackass-style clip

Greg Stier's Uncle Dave speaks

Greg Stier's Uncle Bob speaks

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