Do Hard Things Conference
The teen years are not a vacation from responsibility. They are the launching pad of life.
Based on this conviction twin brothers Alex and Brett Harris embarked on a four year conference tour — challenging their generation to rebel against low expectations and do hard things for the glory of God.
This one-day event went on to reach over 50,000 teens, parents, and youth workers between 2007 and 2011 and was hosted by respected churches across the United States — including Bethlehem Baptist and Moody Bible Church.
Now you can experience the Do Hard Things Conference for yourself — as well as share it with family and friends — in the form of four professionally-recorded video sessions.
Session Topics Include:
- The Myth of Adolescence
- Do Hard Things
- True Character
- The Power of Companionship
What People Are Saying:
"Shortly after watching your conference, my 12-year-old told me he wanted to serve the people of a small, needy village in Honduras. Amazingly, the Lord opened all the right doors which allowed us to go within a matter of weeks. We made a video and entered it into a contest — and won that village $16,000!"
— Mother from Florida
"I just wanted to let you guys know that from your conference and book, I think that I have learned how to give the glory to God in everything I do, and not be afraid to tell people that I BELIEVE in a God who still uses young people in his work. GOD BLESS!!!"
— Teen guy from Louisiana
"Your message impacted my heart and encouraged me greatly. I read your book when I was 11, and I have a been a Rebelutionary for the last 4 years, but like all Rebelutionaries I get tired now and then, and your conference helped pick me back up."
— Teen girl from Kansas
"I wanted to thank you guys for what you are doing! Your conference really helped me realize that if I died that day I really wasn't sure if I would go to heaven or hell. It really got me thinking, and totally changed my life!"
— Teen guy from British Columbia
"We believe the conference helped shape our oldest children's thinking in many ways including work ethic. We highly appreciate you and your message."
— Father from Michigan