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The Power of the Gospel (Even in Tract form) posted by Jim Engle on Sep, 15

Dr. James Engle is Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Evangelism Explosion International. Dr. Engle has served with EE since 1976, teaching leadership clinics around the USA and the world, and assisting with material development.  Prior to becoming COO he served on the EE International Board of Directors. He has also been a Senior Pastor.  During these forty years of involvement in personal and c...  Read the full post ( 702 words, estimated 2:48 mins reading time )

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A week in the life posted by Mike Ferraguti on Sep, 15

By the end of the week, I had learned and heard through phone calls and emails the following: One of my wife’s students didn’t bring his book to school. His book was at his dad’s condo, and he was staying with his mom because his parents were breaking up. A friend, burned by tremendous school debt, a divorce and then unemployment which forced a move, was in a state of anxiety and d...  Read the full post ( 392 words, estimated 1:34 mins reading time )

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The Truth About (Many) Christians and Evangelism By Dr. James Emery White posted by John Sorensen on Sep, 10

  I have posted this article by Dr. James Emery White because I think it stimulates our thinking and discussion on the Church and its role in evangelism.  Dr. White is the founding and senior pastor of Mecklenburg Community Church in Charlotte, North Carolina; President of Serious Times, a ministry that explores the intersection of faith and culture and author of over a dozen books....  Read the full post ( 743 words, estimated 2:58 mins reading time )

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EE in Nakuru posted by Mike Ferraguti on Sep, 4

Evangelism Explosion is in Nakuru, Kenya. Nakuru sits in the region of the Great Rift Valley and is the fourth largest urban center in Kenya with more than 300,000 residents. EE began with three individuals in Fort Lauderdale more than 50 years ago and has literally reached the ends of the earth. During a recent EE training event in Nakuru, 27 people were equipped to share their faith. Duri...  Read the full post ( 133 words, estimated 32 secs reading time )

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A World Away posted by Mike Ferraguti on Aug, 18

He jumped on his motorcycle like he did everyday. Usually, Richard Ouma is visiting a pastor in yet another church in northern Uganda, where he served Evangelism Explosion faithfully as a field worker. But for this trip, he was visiting his brother at a university. Richard’s work as an EE field worker was tireless because EE field workers in Africa minister to several churches at a time....  Read the full post ( 253 words, estimated 1:01 mins reading time )

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Atheists Are Coming Out of the Closet? posted by John Sorensen on Aug, 14

A few days ago, while on a domestic flight within Indonesia, I was handed a Time magazine.  Now I generally don’t read this kind of news as it tends to increase my blood pressure.  But, I’ve been out of the United States for a week, some good ole American news sounded well, good. I guess my memory is just bad enough that I had forgotten why I don’t read such articles.  Toward the back of...  Read the full post ( 509 words, estimated 2:02 mins reading time )

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Children Lead Dad to Christ posted by Mike Ferraguti on Aug, 13

Aribal had no spiritual upbringing. And anything he heard was often forgotten. He avoided attending church until his son and daughter were doing something he thought was very unusual—they were talking about God. His son and daughter began attending the Hope for Kids Explorers Club training that equips children how to share their faith in Christ and then disciples them to grow deeper in th...  Read the full post ( 204 words, estimated 49 secs reading time )

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eeHelps Mobile App posted by eeadmin on Aug, 6

eeHelps iPhone App

You do not have to be a seasoned witness to use the updated eeHelps mobile app. It’s for those just getting started to share the Gospel as well as those who have EE experience. It’s an exciting electronic tool from EE to help you to be faithful to witness. Everything you need to share your faith, document visits, recall and share important prayer requests and organize follow-up is in the...  Read the full post ( 181 words, estimated 43 secs reading time )

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I confess, I have watched The Bachelorette posted by Mike Ferraguti on Jul, 30

Maybe you, like me, have watched it too. I’m almost afraid to say that I have because I might get ex-communicated from my church. (smiley face here). The tv show, The Bachelorette (or Bachelor) perplexes me. Millions of viewers watch weekly, and it’s winning the ratings battle in three target groups (women 18-34/women 18-49/women 25-54). This series follows the pursuit of one man, or...  Read the full post ( 725 words, estimated 2:54 mins reading time )

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Another Gospel Triumph posted by John Sorensen on Jul, 23

Victor and his wife are the parents of two beautiful daughters, but his relationship with them was hindered by his excessive drinking and cursing. In spite of these drawbacks, his girls attended church and became involved in the Hope for Kids Explorers Club discipleship ministry. He immediately noticed that the girls were coming home happy. They told him what they were learning and begged hi...  Read the full post ( 186 words, estimated 45 secs reading time )

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