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Witnessing Tips posted by John Sorensen on May, 9

Do you ever get nervous about sharing the Gospel? For the month of May, we at Evangelism Explosion have partnered with the Go Movement and many other ministries to equip and encourage Christians to share their faith. So this month, I’d like to share three witnessing tips that could be the confidence booster you have been waiting for to get started: being intentional to share the Gospel, look...  Read the full post ( 1121 words, estimated 4:29 mins reading time )

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Our Task posted by John Sorensen on Mar, 13

It was August 30th, 2019, and we had just concluded our 4th Congress of Nations in Tirana, Albania. It was a wonderful event, but it could have been better. Many of our National Directors struggled to get a visa to Albania, and this resulted in a lower attendance than anticipated. The last session of that 2019 Congress was a stunning performance by our EE South Korean team, excitedly welcom...  Read the full post ( 531 words, estimated 2:07 mins reading time )

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Forgotten Good News posted by John Sorensen on Feb, 13

Do you ever have times when you walk out the door, and you’ve realized you’ve forgotten your keys? Or have you gone on a vacation and remember only after you’ve gotten to your destination that you forgot sunscreen? And bug spray? And your toothbrush? Now, these are somewhat silly things to forget. But in the Bible, there were often times when prophets, apostles, and disciples had to rem...  Read the full post ( 1298 words, estimated 5:12 mins reading time )

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New Beginnings posted by John Sorensen on Jan, 9

Midnight strikes. You hear commentators  wishing you “Happy New Year!” from the screen as people embrace and cheer. And the questions sound in your heart, “What will be new this next year? What can be different?” Recently, my grandson bemoaned to his parents that he couldn’t clean up the toys in the room with his sister. It was too overwhelming. There were too many. How could it eve...  Read the full post ( 1750 words, estimated 7:00 mins reading time )

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Our Servant King posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 5

One starry night, long ago, a baby was born in a manger. The angels in the Bible describe this infant to the cowering shepherds as their "Savior... Christ the Lord!" Now, I imagine these Jewish men did not expect the King of kings and Lord of lords—their Messiah!—to come as an infant. But when they hurried from the scene of the angels to meet Jesus, lying in a manger, they saw their God ta...  Read the full post ( 893 words, estimated 3:34 mins reading time )

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Gratitude and Grace posted by John Sorensen on Nov, 8

Did you know gratitude goes hand-in-hand with grace? It makes sense when you think about it! The definition of grace is "the undeserved favor of God." Romans 3:24 says that we "are justified by his grace as a gift, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus." The natural response to a gift as big as the undeserved grace of God towards us—a people who chose rebellion against our Creator...  Read the full post ( 1275 words, estimated 5:06 mins reading time )

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Know the Season posted by John Sorensen on Oct, 6

How does a farmer know to harvest? When I typed this question into Google’s search engine, article after article from farm bureaus to agriculture websites shared all kinds of technology that help the farmers of America choose just the right time to gather their crops. However, after reading a few such writings, I couldn’t help but to chuckle to myself. I would answer the question the same...  Read the full post ( 1115 words, estimated 4:28 mins reading time )

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Generation to Generation posted by John Sorensen on Aug, 23

“From generation to generation of those who fear the Lord…” If you are an avid Bible reader, this is a phrase you may have come across. In fact, throughout the Bible, God talks about truths that surpass generations. I’ll mention three: our sin, God’s power, and God’s mercy. In Exodus 34, we read as Moses proclaims that the Lord is slow to anger and “abounding in love and faithfuln...  Read the full post ( 628 words, estimated 2:31 mins reading time )

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New Study Reveals: Most Americans are open or very open to talking about Faith. posted by Evangelism Explosion on Mar, 7

In a new study, Lifeway Research Group, in partnership with Evangelism Explosion International, interviewed more than 1,000 Americans to find out how open they are to talking about their faith. They found that 66% were open or very open to having a conversation about faith with a friend. When the question changed from friend to stranger, 51% were still open to that conversation. The study a...  Read the full post ( 454 words, estimated 1:49 mins reading time )

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Christmas is a season of GOOD NEWS posted by Evangelism Explosion on Dec, 20

Dear Friends, Christmas is a season of GOOD NEWS and I have some to share with you:  2021 has been a historic, record-breaking year for Evangelism Explosion! EE has a 60-year track record of wonderful Gospel ministry. For quite a few years, we have seen (on average) roughly one profession of faith for every dollar donated to the ministry worldwide. Just to be clear, when we say “profes...  Read the full post ( 475 words, estimated 1:54 mins reading time )

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