- Creating opportunity for students to develop a passionate faith
“I have been directly involved with ministries for nearly twenty six years and rarely have I encountered such talent!”
“engaging, energetic, understandable, compassionate, transparent and giving!”
“Jeniffer delivers a POWERFUL message that only strengthens the already established relationship she has built by simply being herself!”
From the slums of Peru to the hospitals of Ethiopia, Jeniffer Dake has seen the power of God at work in the lives of the broken. Now she travels across America, speaking with raw honesty to young people about how to develop an ever-growing passionate and educated faith.
Jeniffer has worked as a model, a waitress, a jeweler, a cake decorator, a biology teacher, and a theater director. In addition to acting in commercials and music videos, she has been in several movies, including the PBS documentary The Johnstown Flood. In 1999, Jeniffer Dake won the best supporting actress award at the Trojan Film Festival at Taylor University.
As varied as Jeniffer’s life has been, what drives her is her desire to see young people become discerning and committed followers of Jesus. Working as a youth director for five years, she developed a curriculum that has been adopted by several area churches. One of the founding members of Michael W. Smith’s youth center, Rocketown, Jeniffer has toured as a speaker with Michael, Stacy Orrico, Worship Together, and Point of Grace.
Endorsed by internationally renowned worship leader Kevin Singleton and Michael W. Smith, Jeniffer has been described as a speaker with a rare gift for connecting with her audiences in authentic and powerful ways. As one listener said, “Jeniffer was simply amazing. She was fresh. She was new. She was different.” From high school labs to crowded auditoriums, Jeniffer can turn heads and change hearts for Christ.