RDOF (Rational Defense Of Faith) is a unique ministry that uses, science, philosophy and logic presented with high impact, powerful videos, animations and music to defend the Christian faith. Our videos are featured on platforms like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Play and more.
RDOF was created by Daryl Youngblood who has written, produced, recorded and mixed Grammy nominated music as well as 5 National Number 1 Hits, 9 top 10 singles. He was awarded "Best Producer" in Houston in the 2013 Houston Press Music Awards. He has worked with major labels like Capital Records. He has had placement and in major motion pictures from Lions Gate Films and TV Networks like The Discovery Channel & ESPN.
This is not your grandma's apologetics. These are multimedia, powerhouse presentations geared towards students and Christians who are being told that modern science and philosophy has dis-proven the existence of God. These presentations deal with questions from a rational, scientific and philosophical perspective with powerful music and awe-inspiring videos. RDOF has had over a million online video views and the events are played at churches and schools all over the world. These events have had critical acclaim from scholars and top apologists:
With his background in music and his creative abilities in media production, Daryl has produced a captivating Apologetics presentation that is geared to especially communicate with young people and millennials as well as all ages. The unique presentation of his sharing interfaced with the video is both informative and encouraging. Christians will leave with a sense that our Christian faith is and has been affirmed by the scientific disciplines."
Dr. Jim Burkett Director, The Tulsa School of Apologetics and Practical Theology
Adjunct Scholar, Josh McDowell Institute in Christian Apologetics
RDOF is a fantastic, unique ministry—Daryl does a wonderful job of presenting Christian apologetics in a thoughtful, accurate, and culturally-relevant way. His multi-media presentations fill an important niche; they’re at once intellectually provocative and visually appealing."
Melissa Cain Travis, PhD. Professor of Apologetics Houston Baptist University