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Faith and Thanksgiving Go Hand-in-Hand posted by eeadmin on Nov, 21

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for families to remember the many blessings that God has bestowed on all of us, especially God’s grace through Jesus Christ. This special holiday provides natural opportunities to share the Gospel. Here are a few ideas: Tell of the origins of the Thanksgiving holiday as pilgrims sought a land where they could worship the One true God Invite family members t...  Read the full post ( 237 words, estimated 57 secs reading time )

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Gospel Goosebumps posted by John Sorensen on Nov, 17

Last night on the way home I was listening to Chip Ingram and his radio program, “Living on the Edge." At the end of the show Chip gave a wonderful gospel presentation. I was praying for those listening that they would hear this truth and believe. Praise God! But I did question how he did such a great job? I don't know if Chip was ever trained in Evangelism Explosion, but what he did sounded...  Read the full post ( 281 words, estimated 1:07 mins reading time )

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A Message from EE President John Sorensen posted by John Sorensen on Nov, 6

Dear Friend of Evangelism Explosion, Fanny is the first one to stop you and ask, “How can I pray for you?” She then prays for you on the spot. You may know people like her. At a moment’s notice, Fanny is willing to pray alone, for others, with others and even for strangers. Her faith is deeply personal, with a strong dependence on prayer. She recognizes that the communication line is a...  Read the full post ( 752 words, estimated 3:00 mins reading time )

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Have You Heard of Bert Elliott? posted by Jim Engle on Nov, 4

Here is an encouraging story, adapted from a sermon by Randy Alcorn… You certainly have heard of Jim Elliott, the famous missionary who was martyred with four other missionaries in 1956. Jim Elliott is the author of this well-known quote: “He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose.” Jim Elliot’s story is a familiar one, but have you heard of Bert...  Read the full post ( 449 words, estimated 1:48 mins reading time )

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OJT – The Most Valuable of EE’s Core Values posted by EE USA on Oct, 28

Randall Wood is the National Director for EE USA.I have been reminded in recent days of the incredible value of on-the-job training in our equipping ministry. I am privileged to lead two Everyday Evangelism trainings this fall and this is what I have observed so far: OJT is incredibly valuable to everyone involved in the encounter. The Trainer is emboldened when recognizing, once again, the...  Read the full post ( 272 words, estimated 1:05 mins reading time )

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What’s in a Smile? posted by John Sorensen on Oct, 27

A few days ago, we held a conference in Finland focused on evangelism. Quite a few pastors and leaders showed up ready to discuss this important issue facing the church today.  And while I'm encouraged by the participation and passion demonstrated by those that came, there was one pastor that impacted me the most. Zachariah. I'm sure I'm not doing justice to his name, but from what I could...  Read the full post ( 336 words, estimated 1:21 mins reading time )

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VIDEO: What Question Should You NEVER Ask? posted by Jim Engle on Oct, 22

When you have an opportunity to share your faith, this is an opening question that could get you in a fix. In this insightful video, Dr. James F. Engle, Chief Operating Officer at EE International, provides the better question to ask....  Read the full post ( 42 words, estimated 10 secs reading time )

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Five Things That Undermine Evangelism posted by Mike Ferraguti on Oct, 21

The primary reason most churches are not evangelistic is because most pastors, staff and church members are not evangelistic. Our theology may be sound. Our motives may be sound. But we are not personally evangelistic. What, then, are the reasons we are not personally evangelistic? Here are five reasons to consider. 1. We fail to be biblically responsible for doing evangelism ourselves. I...  Read the full post ( 296 words, estimated 1:11 mins reading time )

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“Stir You Up By Way of Reminder…” posted by Jim Engle on Oct, 20

Important matters require repetition.  Reminders are not only helpful; they are absolutely essential.  It is interesting that Peter wrote an entire Bible book on this premise. “Therefore, I will always be ready to remind you of these things, even though you already know them, and have been established in the truth which is present with you. I consider it right, as long as I am in this earthly...  Read the full post ( 646 words, estimated 2:35 mins reading time )

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The Cult of the Next Thing (or…The Doctrine of Stuffology) posted by Jim Engle on Oct, 6

I belong to the Cult of the Next Thing… It is dangerously easy to get enlisted…                  It happens by default…Not by choosing the Cult…                  But by failing to resist the Cult!   The Cult of the Next Thing is the doctrine of “STUFFOLOGY”… …CONSUMERISM made into a religion!   The Cult of the Next Thing has its own litan...  Read the full post ( 273 words, estimated 1:06 mins reading time )

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