Greg Stier, founder and president of Dare 2 Share Ministries International, explained in a column published by The Christian Post on Saturday that there were lessons the church could learn from the march.
Among them, Stier listed "Teenagers are willing to rally for a cause they believe in," "Teenagers can speak articulately about causes they believe in," and "Teenagers can make a difference for causes they believe in."
"Out of all of the gun-control rallies that we've seen in this nation this one feels like it is actually moving the needle a bit. For the first time some political leaders are second guessing their interpretation of the 2nd Amendment," wrote Stier.
"Again, regardless of where you stand on gun control issues, you have to admit that it seems like these teenagers are making a difference by making a collective stand."