On the heels of a sold-out 2014 tour, Dare To Be unleashes the transformational power of learning how to summon the courage to dare to embrace who you are in Christ and follow your dreams. The new nationwide Dare to Be: WEAR LOVE OUT 2015 event tour launches January 2015 and crosses the United States for 11 events.
The unforgettable experience invites women of all ages to come together and ‘dare to be’ empowered to make a difference in their life, and in the lives of their family and community. The night is created for women to unwind, refresh, and celebrate life with the other women in their lives.
“Love is not a word to just be spoken, but a life to be lived,” said Charlotte. “Col. 3 says love is a garment to be worn. We need to wear love in our homes, communities and world. Dare to Be this year will ask ‘are you ready to mobilize and wear love out?’ Every time women gather at Dare to Be there is such a sense of expectation. Heaven leans in, and as a result, Earth is impacted. This is not an event to just attend; it’s a decision to come, rally the girls in your world and together take our place daring to embrace all God has called us to be. I can’t wait to see you there.”
The affordable, three-hour event is a fully integrated evening of worship, music, and word that will inspire, encourage, and change lives. The tour is currently scheduled to hit eleven cities in early 2015 and more will be announced for the fall. With a lineup including Grammy®-nominated vocalist Natalie Grant and international speaker, Bible teacher and author Charlotte Gambill, the combination of this powerhouse duo is guaranteed to bring lots of laughter and memorable moments.
“So excited to be back with our 2015 Dare to Be tour, which I believe will be bigger, more relevant, and more powerful than ever before,” said Natalie. “Our theme, Wear Love Out, is a message that will reach right into the heart of every woman, helping them to love God more, love themselves more, which will in turn help them to love others better.”
Tickets are now on sale at http://www.daretobeevent.com.
January 15, 2015 Indiana, PA Summit Church
January 16, 2015 Washington, D.C. Hylton Chapel
January 17, 2015 Baltimore, MD APG Arena
January 18, 2015 Philadelphia, PA Chestnut Assembly of God
January 22, 2015 Portland, OR Crossroads Community Church
January 23, 2015 Seattle, WA Christian Faith Center
January 24, 2015 Boise, ID Capital Christian Center
January 25, 2015 Bellingham, WA Mount Baker Theater
February 19, 2015 Coral Springs, FL Church By The Glades
February 21, 2015 Tampa, FL Bell Shoals Baptist Church
February 22, 2015 Baton Rouge, LA Bethany World Prayer Center
Dare to Be is excited to announce Hope for Justice as its presenting sponsor for 2015. Hope for Justice (formerly Abolition International) was founded by Natalie Grant in 2005 and is making a difference in the lives of human trafficking victims by advocating for quality care, education and awareness. Hope for Justice’s mission fits perfectly with the purpose of Dare to Be and Natalie and Charlotte are excited about the possibilities of restoration through this partnership.
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ABOUT NATALIE GRANT:
Multi-Grammy nominated Christian vocalist and multi-Dove Award winner, Natalie Grant, is a singer-songwriter from Nashville, TN. With over 3 million in sales, Natalie’s work has gained international acclaim, including five Dove Awards for Female Vocalist of the Year. Natalie is married to songwriter and producer Bernie Herms and they have three children Grace Ana, Isabella Noelle and Sadie Rose. Twitter @NatalieGrant
ABOUT CHARLOTTE GAMBILL:
Charlotte Gambill is an international speaker and author, best known for her practical and passionate application of God’s word. Her messages of life and purpose are rallying a generation to embrace the broken and become ambassadors of hope. Charlotte and her husband Steve, are the lead Pastors at Life Church, England – www.lifechurchhome.com. They have two children, Hope Cherish and Noah Brave. Twitter @CharlGambill
ABOUT Hope for Justice:
Hope for Justice is a non-profit organization that is committed to creating a collaborative community of inspired abolitionists who are determined to end sex slavery in our lifetime. They advocate for survivors through the promotion of quality care by affecting policy, ensuring sustainable aftercare models, and engaging communities in life-changing educational opportunities both domestically and abroad. http://hopeforjustice.org/ Twitter @hopeforjustice