Posts Tagged ‘Outreach’

If you’re signed up for our monthly newsletters or check the facebook page with any regularity you’ve no doubt heard about I Am Second Lead Labs.  You probably understand the general idea- learn how to lead an I Am Second small group.  So what’s the big deal.  There are tons of resources you can access […]


It’s spring and that means baseball!  For those in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex, I Am Second will be at Rangers Ballpark hosting TOBYMAC before the game against the LA Angels of Anaheim on May 14th.  We’ve got discounted ticket prices available at http://www.texasrangers.com when you use offer code: SECOND. This is a GREAT event to bring your […]


Mitzie shares more about how her church has been sharing Jesus… Part of our membership is involved in many community projects and Christian groups. Our speakers have taken this simple idea of the I Am Second wristband and shared it with other churches. Our district-wide Methodist youth confirmation retreat will be getting the wristbands and […]


We received an encouraging letter the other day from someone who wanted us know what was going on in her church.  The letter was so encouraging, we decided to break it down into two parts.  Our Pastor was so impressed with the philosophy of “I Am Second” that he wanted to engage our congregation and […]


One of the lesser known parts of I Am Second is our awesome parent organization, e3 Partners- an organization dedicated to sending everyday people into the world to share the story of Jesus.  They make it easy to say “yes, I’ll go.”  If you’re looking for a way to make a huge impact for Christ and have a […]


The message of I Am Second is to put Christ first in everything. When we do that, He often gives us amazing ways to demonstrate His love for others. Laura Klock, whose story is shared in her I Am Second film, is getting to do just that. She and the company she and her husband […]


What can I do?

18Nov09

Part of my job here at I am Second is to coordinate volunteers for our transcribing needs. It’s a little bit tedious, but I am encouraged every single time I have a deadline. One post to facebook saying “I need some volunteers” and all of the sudden I have about 100 volunteers ready and willing […]