Posts By: Dan Lake

Dan Lake is originally from New Zealand, and has served with YWAM for 8 years. He has served in England, and Taiwan before joining the Montana family. He's taught in 14 nations, mostly in DTS and churches. He is passionate about teaching, discipleship and leadership. He is married to Heather, whom he met during his School of Biblical Studies. He loves going to the zoo to watch monkeys.

Questions: Discipline and Discipleship

What is the best question you’ve ever been asked? How did it make you want to respond? Did it stir up something inside you?   In Genesis 3, Adam and Eve sin. They disobey God, turning their backs on him, they run head-long into rebellion. As they hide from God, He calls out to them […]

Posted: September 23, 2015 By: Dan Lake
5 Lessons from Leading 20-Somethings

I recently turned 30, which I didn’t think would ever happen. I started my adult life bungee jumping and tour guiding. I never made life plans beyond 30 because I honestly didn’t think I’d get here. I also never thought that 30 was that old, until last week when I made a reference to Yogi […]

Everything for the Love of God

The Practice of the Presence of God by brother Lawrence is one of the most well-known books in Christianity.  Written by, and about, a monk who lived more than 300 years ago – it outlines his own journey of Spiritual formation and growth. I want to quote it here: “So, likewise, in his business in […]

Idaho Update

In September 2012, 6 men from the Carpentry Apprenticeship went to YWAM Cascade, Idaho to help their ministry with various construction projects. We roofed 7 buildings, installed 4 windows into existing buildings, sheeted a storage room after tying it onto the existing building, and installed hot water heater pans. We left Montana on Monday at […]

Posted: September 30, 2012 By: Dan Lake