A catalytic year of action that will kickstart a lifestyle of reformation.


Our generation is assaulted by unparalleled brokenness. We battle addiction, sexual abuse, hook up culture, suicide and humanistic world views that confuse our identity.

In the midst of this pain, young people are searching for truth and love.


It's time for everyday believers to take bold action. We need to take responsibility for our neighborhoods, schools and work places, share the love of Jesus and transform culture.

A courageous minority always shifts history.


We are raising up thousands of reformers by calling them to a year of practical action that will kickstart a lifestyle of reformation.

1. Spend 1 hour with Jesus everyday.
2. Intercede everyday for 3 people and 3 problems in your city.
3. Commit finances to your local church and missions.
4. Register to vote.
5. Mentor 1 person into activated faith.
6. Serve a missions field (see below).

Listen: The War Before Your Breakthrough

We cannot all do great things. But we can do small things with great love.
—Mother Teresa


1. Spend 1 hour with Jesus everyday.

Our connection with Jesus is what make us a cultural catalyst. The first commandment must have the first place in a reformer's life.

2. Intercede everyday for 3 people and 3 problems in your city.

Prayer is the engine of revival. Choose nations and people that burn on your heart. As you contend God will give you his passion and strategy for transformation.

3. Commit finances to your local church and missions.

Our financial giving fuels the movement of God. Check out our favorite teaching on generosity in this podcast from Mike Bickle.

4. Register to vote.

Only 36% of 18–29 year olds voted in the 2018 midterm elections. We have the ability to shape our nation. But we must get involved and vote for the leaders you want to govern. Register to vote now.

5. Mentor 1 person into activated faith.

Look for someone with spiritual hunger and invite them to our online training with you. Pick out a class on

6. Commit to a missions field.

Build real friendships, meet needs and share the Gospel.

We are surrounded by people that need to encounter the love of Jesus. We follow Jesus' example in Luke 10 as we reach the lost:

1. Build genuine friendships with the lost.
2. Show them the love of Jesus by meeting their needs with extravagant love.
3. Introduce them to Jesus and help them understand the Gospel.

Here are some idea to help you start:
1. Invite a family in your neighborhood over for dinner.
2. Join a club or intramural sports team at your University to make new friends.
3. Ask someone at Crossfit if you could hear their life story over lunch.
4. Offer to help your co-worker move.

Here is our favorite teaching on the power of friendship in evangelism by Banning Liebscher.

Start a Jesus Club

10,000 students are meeting each week across 150 high schools in America. Jesus Clubs gather weekly in classrooms, gymnasiums, and auditoriums, to bring the good news of Jesus directly to students.

Learn more about starting a Jesus club click here.

Host a Carry the Love Event

Carry The Love is a grassroots campaign to inspire our generation to love like Jesus. Each year we gather tens of thousands of college students on hundreds of universities. Check out the Carry The Love website.

If you want to host a tour email

Go to the nations

There are 3 billion people who have never heard about Jesus. You can change that. Join a YWAM outreach and join the Great Commission.
10 day summer outreach
6 months missions school with YWAM

Sign up to foster or adopt

There are more than 400,000 children and teens in the Foster Care system, and every single one deserves a chance at happiness, belonging, safety and love.

Learn more about foster care and adoption at


I commit to put Jesus first. I commit to love God and obey his leading in my life.

I commit to a year of action. I will live the lifestyle of a reformer and take responsibility for my community.

I commit to being the courageous minority knowing my actions can change history.

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