WHERE REAL LIFE MEETS REAL FAITH.
Our Mission: To inspire and challenge our generation to live audaciously authentic lives for Christ.
InsideOut is by and for teenage to twenty-something Christians who want to live honest lives. We don’t want lives that look great and Godly on the outside but inside are a tangled mess. We want what’s outside to be for real on the inside. We want to be the real deal. Inside and out.
We realize [obviously] that we aren’t – and don’t have to be – perfect. The walls we think will protect us often serve to imprison us instead. So no walls. No plastic smiles. No faked perfection. We are passionately pursuing lives that glorify Him.
We are thrilled for you to join us on the journey. But no masks allowed.
Our 8 Core Values
Without Jesus, we are nothing. So we pursue Him with every breath in our body and every longing of our soul. He is our lifeblood.
There is power in shared stories, shared journeys, shared adventures. We have the unique opportunity to inspire, encourage and challenge others by putting pen to paper and written words to our lives. We are storytellers.
Challenge the Status Quo
Always ask question. Always explore. Always dare to think bigger and do more and love deeper. We are rebels.
In an age of highlight-reel style living, where only the good things are shown and struggles are glossed over or ignored, we choose to be honest. We are authentic.
Embrace the Adventure
Life is an adventure. A grand-scale novel with new days as new pages. Most people forget adventures are unplanned and include dangers, obstacles, and risks, as well as fun and spontaneity. Life is a combination of all those things. We love the adventure.
Challenges are merely opportunities waiting to be discovered. We are discoverers.
Get out of the Box
God created us for more than boxes or stereotypes. We climb out.
People are the most important thing in the world. We invest in them.
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small doesn’t serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you.” – Nelson Mandela