Instilling Hope in Youth
Life Promotions is a non-profit organization reaching more than 500,000 people each year. Since 1982, Bob Lenz, Founder and President, has spoken to youth in all 50 states and around the globe.
Partnering with ministries to promote life in Christ and present the Gospel through faith-based community outreaches
Bob Lenz shares the love of Jesus which gives teens hope for this life and the next. Whether he is partnering with local churches or touring with national recording artists, he is committed to sharing a respectful and relevant message to the next generation.
Providing school programs to promote the dignity of life and free youth from destructive choices.
The Dignity Revolution is a unique movement that engages and challenges students, administrators, teachers, parents, and local community organizations to recognize the value of every person. There are many aspects to the Dignity Revolution including school assembly programs by Bob Lenz, classroom curriculum, teacher in-service programs, national online pledge and book by Bob Lenz.
Hosting Lifest to promote the joy of life in Christ and build families and communities through fellowship and teaching.
Life Promotions envisioned a place where youth can express and celebrate their faith in a positive and safe environment. In 1999, Lifest, an outdoor music festival, was founded to allow the entire family to come together for worship, fellowship and teaching with more than 100 Christian artists and speakers. Lifest is one of the largest Christian music festivals in the nation.
Offering regional Quake events to help teens become established in their faith, empowered for Christian living and enabled to live a life of ministry and leadership.
Quake events are Christian weekend retreats held at convention hotels across the nation. We have 20 events planned between January and April. We book the speaker and musician, write the program pieces, and plan the weekend so all the youth group leader has to do is bring students and participate! It’s a ready-made event for groups of all sizes.
“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”
– Frederick Douglass (1818-1895)