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Something To Do posted by John Sorensen on Aug, 7

How many times have you heard your children say they're bored and don't have anything to do? It's easy to get stressed out and feel the pressure to keep your kids occupied and give them the best of everything you can. You don't want them sitting in front of the TV all evening, but it can be a challenge to give them something to do after school or on school holidays. Well, the most valuable way you...  Read the full post ( 170 words, estimated 41 secs reading time )

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Urban Church Reaches the Nations in New York City posted by Evangelism Explosion on Jul, 14

During the COVID-19 quarantine, Rev. Mimsie Robinson spoke with a young man over the phone who was dealing with anger. He asked the young man the two EE diagnostic questions and listened as he shared his uncertainty about Heaven. The door was open for Rev. Robinson to share the Gospel, and that young man prayed to receive Jesus Christ. Because New York City was under quarantine, Rev. Robinson bega...  Read the full post ( 750 words, estimated 3:00 mins reading time )

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Help Us Keep Online Events Free posted by John Sorensen on Jun, 15

Dear Friend, We are excited about how God is working during this global crisis. Believers are seeking ways to share the hope that we have in Jesus Christ with their friends and family. We invite you to join us in helping them share their faith! Will you prayerfully consider helping us to keep these events free? In the past three months, registrations for our GO2020 online training have soar...  Read the full post ( 794 words, estimated 3:11 mins reading time )

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COVID-19 EE Ministry Update posted by Evangelism Explosion on May, 21

Dear Friends, In March, we alerted you to our decision to cease in-person event for eight weeks. It was our hope that we would be able to return to business as usual following that period of time. However, there is still much uncertainty in the world today. Many areas are beginning to loosen shelter-in-place orders, while others remain locked down. Such issues make it difficult to issue a blank...  Read the full post ( 540 words, estimated 2:10 mins reading time )

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The Prayer Triangle in Witnessing posted by John Sorensen on May, 4

The Prayer Triangle in Witnessing By Rev. John B. Sorensen Prayer is one of the greatest privileges of having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. God speaks to us through His Word, and prayer gives us the opportunity to communicate with Him. When we pray, we become aware of our dependence on the Lord at all times. So it makes sense that prayer is a critical element in sharing our faith...  Read the full post ( 482 words, estimated 1:56 mins reading time )

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Evangelism in a time of COVID-19 posted by John Sorensen on Apr, 28

Evangelism in a time of COVID-19 By Rev. John B. Sorensen How can we share our faith when states are on lockdown and personal contact is prohibited? Evangelism is still very possible, and even more necessary, when we are confined to our homes. People are more willing to talk about spiritual things in times of crisis. After September 11, 2001, church attendance soared with people searching for...  Read the full post ( 521 words, estimated 2:05 mins reading time )

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Carriers of Hope to the Lost posted by John Sorensen on Apr, 20

Carriers of Hope to the Lost By Rev. John B. Sorensen So many people live without hope. They’ve been hurt. They feel forgotten, unloved. They feel that the world has failed them and their children. The sad thing is, they truly believe that nothing will ever change. As Christians, we often forget that we once lived that way too. We were once in darkness, without hope (Ephesians 5:8). But som...  Read the full post ( 521 words, estimated 2:05 mins reading time )

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Adjust Your Focus posted by John Sorensen on Mar, 23

You know, it can be easy to go through your life focusing on yourself while forgetting to pay attention to the needs of others. The same can be true while witnessing. We might be determined to share the Gospel with someone, all the while completely ignoring their needs. An easy to remember tool to share your faith is the hand presentation. It has five main points and it's simple! First, hold up...  Read the full post ( 344 words, estimated 1:23 mins reading time )

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Urgent COVID-19 Update posted by John Sorensen on Mar, 19

Dear Friends, Please know that all of us at Evangelism Explosion are praying for you and are concerned about your health and well-being during this uncertain time in our nation and in our world. As we face the risks related to COVID-19, we have made an unprecedented decision in our ministry: to cease all public events for the next eight weeks. We are doing this in order to adhere to the reco...  Read the full post ( 359 words, estimated 1:26 mins reading time )

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Next First Step posted by John Sorensen on Mar, 16

What is the first step to walking with Jesus? Faith! We must first have saving faith before anything else. We have to believe that Jesus can do the things He says He can do, and we have to put our full trust in Him. You know, it's the same with sharing our faith. We must be willing to trust that Jesus can and will do what He says He will do - that He can save to the uttermost and that He will n...  Read the full post ( 340 words, estimated 1:22 mins reading time )

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