- Sharing love. Sharing laughter. Sharing life.
Bob Lenz is a man with an intense passion to communicate the grace of the gospel to the world, speaking to more than 300,000 people a year.
Author and international speaker, Bob Lenz, has an intense passion to share the love of Christ.
Whether for an audience of 10 or 10,000, Bob Lenz connects with the hearts and minds of youth.
He shares experiences that help youth deal with real life while igniting their faith, instilling hope and challenging them to make a difference in their world.
He captures the audience’s attention with hilarious true stories, embarrassing moments and a healthy dose of personal guffaws.
His stories leave youth rolling in laughter, bringing down the walls of skepticism and removing any expectation that it was just going to be another boring motivational speech.
Within moments, he can share another side to the stories that makes a point about the condition of the human heart and the grace of God, leaving an entire audience hushed in reflective silence and hanging on every word.
Bob Lenz speaks to over 300,000 teens and parents across North America each year through school assembly programs and faith-based outreaches and events. His down-to-earth style and genuine concern leave a lasting impression:
“There was silence in the crowd when you spoke your heart. There was a power, I believe not of your own, that filled the place that night.”
“Bob, know that you are making an impact! And it’s not just that you are a gifted storyteller, not just that your humor gets through to youth, not just that you articulate clearly what you believe, not just that you relate stories to real-life… it’s who you are. You are sincere, and you sincerely care about people. It shows. And it reaches youth. I know it reached mine.”
Bob has authored the book, “Grace – For Those Who Think They Don’t Measure Up,” endorsed by such notable authors as Tony Campolo, Dan Allender, Rebecca St. James, Don Wilkerson and others.
He has hosted a radio program, and founded youth events that bring as many as 17,000 teens and adults together for a time of music and positive messages.
He serves, whose mission is to reach youth with the gospel before they turn age eighteen.
Don’t understand what grace is all about.
• Know they don’t deserve God’s grace.
• Think they deserve God’s grace.
• Reject grace and keep trying harder.
• Want God’s grace but don’t feel worthy.
• Believe grace is for someone else.
• Received grace but backslid.
• Live each day in God’s grace.
• Want to understand the freedoms & challenges of grace.
Books by Bob L. Lenz