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- EVANGELISM RESOURCES
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- Wilmore, KY 40390
- Phone: (859) 858-0777
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Evangelism Resources honors the memory of Nancy (VanKurin) Braun, wife of staff member Paul Braun, who was suddenly taken home to be with the Lord on May 9, 2013.
At her memorial service on May 13, family and friends remembered warmly a
woman who gave her heart to the Lord at a very young age, served the
Lord with gladness on the mission field in Côte d'Ivoire, and was a
loving mother to three wonderful children who are all also serving God
and carrying on the heritage of a godly home. Please pray with us for
grieving family members and friends who are surprised and saddened at
this unexpected event, that the God of all comfort will help them
through these difficult days. A memorial fund has been established at ER
for those who would like to contribute to missions in her memory. Click here to be redirected to the giving page to make a memorial gift. Thank you for praying!
5.5 billion people in the world are lost - they have never responded to the gospel, or have never heard of Jesus. Viewing all their faces at a rate of five per second, it would take 35 years to see them all.
Evangelism Resources uses time-tested, exceptionally cost-effective means to train national evangelists and lay pastors to reach their own people with the life-transforming message of salvation in Jesus Christ, thus fulfilling the Great Commission.
Evangelism Resources is active around the globe training national pastors and leaders for evangelism in order to complete the Great Commission. They are often eager and ready to do great things for Jesus Christ, but lack sufficient resources. If you want to help, click on the donation button to access our secure site for online giving. You may also click here for a printable form to assist you in sending a check by mail.
ER equips gifted evangelists and outreaching churches with practical tools for evangelism through three distinct programs: Schools of Evangelism, Portable Bible Schools and Association of International Discipleship Advancement (AIDA) ministries. Click on the buttons below to access multimedia content describing our exciting mission!
Great Commission Challenge Camps (GC3) are the newest initiative lighting up Southeast Asia and Africa with the vitality, energy, and commitment of young people who agree to disciple three other youth, forming prayer cells which eventually grow into churches. Click on the logo to access the GC3 page of our website. Click on the book cover at left to access a pdf copy of the Tentmaker's Manual, used in GC3 camps around the world! Click on this link for a copy of the Tentmaker's Manual in French. BREAKING NEWS!!!! ER has just received confirmation of a Matching Grant to support the expansion of GC3 into Africa. Click here for more information!
NEWS FROM THE FIELDS - Read our bi-monthly newsletter, featuring the most current news and events from ER mission fields. If the file will not open with Internet Explorer, we suggest using Mozilla Firefox or Safari to browse this site and open pdf files.
THE NEED FOR SPEED - This video, released in 2012, communicates the message that God is calling on ER to accelerate its efforts to win the lost. It gives remarkable stories about the growth of ER ministries around the world, particularly through GC3.
BANJARA MIRACLE - Hear Sagar Bhukya recount the miraculous working of God's power and the remarkable faith of a grandmother who only knew one sentence to pray! This 11-minute interview was recorded with John Musick September 28, 2012.
1 Dec, 2012
October meetings in India prepared the way for the GC3 ministry to be launched into Africa. Konan Koffi Antoine from Côte d'Ivoire and Mawo Abaya from Nigeria attended the GC3 event in New Delhi October 23-25. They were greatly excited about the impact of mobilizing African youth to evangelize, establish prayer cells, and revitalize the church. Master Trainer's seminars will take place next spring, dates TBA. Will you pray with us... Read more