Response to Greg Stier with Dare 2 Share by Jesse Morrell of Open Air Outreach

MY RESPONSE TO GREG STIER WITH DARE 2 SHARE MINISTRIES

Hey someone showed me some post Greg made comparing my ministry to his, with a poll question as to which ministry was better.

I was wearing a Psalms 7:11 sandwich board. Parents sent their young son to come mock me and a photographer took a picture.

I found the post disheartening. I’ve always appreciated Greg’s ministry and never even thought to compare mine to anyone else’s.

I actually met Greg in 2005. We picked him up at the Dallas airport and brought him to TBN. We had dinner with him and enjoyed his fellowship.

At TBN in the VIP room, we ran into Ron Luce. Ron was my personal mentor for a year and Greg really liked him.

I was just discouraged that Greg would try to publicly put down my evangelism efforts. I thought that is what Dare 2 Share was trying to encourage people to do, not discourage those who are doing it.

We are on the same team so we don’t need any unnecessary friendly fire at each other.

I am doing the best I know how and praise God we see people get saved on the streets all the time.

I appreciate all that Greg did and just wish he didn’t criticize others who might do it a little differently than he does….

Jesse Morrell

http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com

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2 Responses to Response to Greg Stier with Dare 2 Share by Jesse Morrell of Open Air Outreach

  1. Hi Jesse,

    I want to apologize for that personally. In hindsight I see that it wasn’t a good move to make and I apologize that it came across in a way that was demeaning to you.

    I can tell you that Greg did not have anything to do with the post so please do not let that impact the relationship and history you have with Greg.

    Again I apologize for antagonistic feelings that came across and like you said at Dare 2 Share we want to encourage others in sharing their faith.

    Even for marketing in ministry it’s a lesson to be learned in what to share on social media and the context. I’m sorry it came at the cost of discouraging you and your ministry.

    – Amelia
    D2S marketing team

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