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So far Jeremy Dorrough has created 45 blog entries.

Infectious Passion for Jesus: My YWAM DTS Story

What are people catching from us? Because passion for Jesus is incredibly infectious.

How DTS Transformed My Worldview

Going all in for Jesus was something I always heard Christians say, but it's a statement I never really understood.

3 Reasons Why Missions Isn’t Boring

Have you ever thought that missions is just a whole lot of hard work? Or that maybe it’s really boring and mundane? Before coming to DTS at YWAM North Cascades, I had that mindset...

A Glimpse into the First DTS at YWAM North Cascades

God lovingly—and with much gentleness—destroyed my pessimistic attitude, humbling and showing me the epic adventure that is being a pioneering DTS.

Dying to Self: What I Learned at DTS

Dying to self was something that I never really understood before YWAM North Cascades...

5 Ways Living With 23 Other Girls Changed How I See Friendship

Coming to DTS, I knew I had to give up my right for privacy and say yes to 24/7 community. In the beginning it was really exciting...

The Most Impactful Trip of My Life With YWAM

This past summer I had the opportunity to embark on a new journey. Something different. I drove around America in a 15 passenger van with 10 friends...

5 reasons I’ve loved DTS in the Pacific Northwest

Not a day goes by that I don’t look outside of the window and find myself amazed by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. The mountains are captivating. The lakes and rivers are the most stunning shades of blue. The Pacific ocean is freezing, but electrifying. The rain comes in buckets, showers, light sprinkles, [...]

Why I Chose to Do DTS in My Late Twenties

“Lord, I’m going to be the oldest person in the group." “Lord, I have a degree in religion and I’ve been in full-time ministry for a couple years! Go back to a discipleship training school? Pay more money?”

4 Things I See Differently After DTS

I don’t wear glasses all the time. It wasn’t until I hit the age of 30 that I realized my eyes were strained doing things that until now had been easy...