I see that they offer fifteen ministries: 1) everyday evangelism, Everyday Evangelism is a five-part training series:
Part 1: One-day “Share Your Faith Workshop” jumpstarts your confidence and ability to share. This “Kick Off Event” is an effective prerequisite for a successful Everyday Evangelism training course.
Part 2: “Learning to Share the Gospel” deepens your practice of sharing with the on-the-job training experiences from the very first session.
Part 3: “Mentoring for Multiplication” provides the train-the-trainer dynamic that develops a true ministry of disciple-making multiplication in your church.
Part 4: “Means of Growth” is an interactive study for new believers. Seven sessions include salvation, Bible, prayer, worship, fellowship, witness, and guidance. (Guidance for leaders who work with new believers is provided.
Part 5: “Reasonable Answers for Honest Skeptics” is an interactive study to handle common objections with reasonable answers that are easily remembered (seven sessions).
Everyday Evangelism begins with the one-day Share Your Faith Workshop as the “Kick Off Event,” an excellent introduction and important prerequisite to the weekly training that follows.
Parts 2 and 3 each consist of seven weekly sessions of classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Scripture verses and transitions help the students communicate the Gospel message in a conversational manner. Weekly preparation is in the form of personal devotionals on the theme of that week’s lesson.
The training is highly interactive with role-play demonstrations, practice and class discussion.
A free download of the Everyday Evangelism Conversational Gospel CD/MP3 is included to augment the training.
A Leadership Training Launch will equip you to lead Everyday Evangelism Training in your church. This two-and-a-half day training incorporates demonstrations, role-play, on-the-job training and administrative tips to help you establish and maintain an ongoing EE Training Ministry in your church.
2) Hope For Kids is another ministry: Based on the successful Kids’ EE discipleship training ministry from EE International, Hope for Kids was developed through a joint effort between EE and OneHope. Its purpose is to:
Clarify the Gospel for kids
Assist them to become witnesses for Jesus Christ
Bring others to a saving faith in Jesus Christ
What sets Hope for Kids apart from most children ministries is that the high quality training and materials are free for your church, free for your children and for the friends they reach! No strings attached. Materials include a Teacher’s Manual, Student Activity Book, and the Pathway to Hope witnessing booklet.
3) And there is Classic EE—The Original: For over 50 years church leaders and lay people have been equipped to share their faith in Christ through Classic EE. Classic EE is the trusted and time-tested method first introduced at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in the 1970s. Through classroom lessons, homework and practical on-the-job training, this evangelism ministry changes individual lives and often the life of the church.
Through the years, men and women in the US and around the world have learned to effectively share the gospel in a concise and logical manner, using many illustrations and scripture references. They, in turn, are equipped to become trainers, assisting others in learning how to do the same – the all-important process of multiplication in action.
Line upon line, trainees gradually learn how to present the Gospel convincingly as they observe their trainer in a real life sharing situation. Experience builds confidence. By the end of the training, each trainee is able to share the whole Gospel presentation.
While you may simply purchase the materials and implement the ministry, we encourage you to consider an EE leadership training clinic as the first step. Send your pastor and lay leaders to learn from one of our seasoned Clinic Teachers and get this certification. They will be ready to take your laypeople and turn them into motivated witnesses, not just during the training, but as they serve in other areas of ministry and in their everyday lives.
Pastors have reported great growth as a result of implementing Classic EE – both in the depth of personal Biblical knowledge and understanding of their congregations, as well as in numbers of new converts being brought to church by those trained to share their faith.
Check out the resources at the Store and let us know if you are ready to take the next step toward being a Certified Classic EE Teacher.
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4) And there is Kids EE:
Kids’ EE is a discipleship training ministry for children that WINS kids to Christ, GROUNDS them in their faith, and EQUIPS them to share the Gospel.
“It’s just amazing to watch kids share the Gospel,” says Lori Aubuchon. At People’s Church in Fresno, CA, kids go out with their team leaders, visiting families, sharing the Gospel. Investing in training your 8-13 year olds through Kids’ EE is an eternal investment.
We believe the Great Commission is for everyone, not just adults or even youth. Kids’ EE lays a foundation for spiritual growth in children and enables youngsters to respond with excitement and enthusiasm to Jesus’ command to all of us to be His witnesses. It develops a worldview that is framed by the recognition that without faith in Jesus we are all lost in our sins.
Kids’ EE is a visual, interactive approach that teaches fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students the clear Gospel message and equips them to share it with others. The approach is also relational in that the ideal Kids’ EE class has one adult for every 2-3 kids. Together they are empowered to learn and share. Kids’ EE provides colorful teaching tools that make learning the Gospel presentation fun and interactive.
5) There is also the Prison EE:
Want to give the incarcerated a new life in Christ? Prison Evangelism Explosion International (Prison EE) can assist you in two ways: 1) Through our on-site course where we personally help you get EE started; or 2) Through our innovative Startup Kit.
We will provide training and assistance at your church or prison facility and equip you to teach incarcerated believers to share the Gospel, bring prisoners to Christ, and disciple them for re-entry to the local church. The training involves classroom lecture, praise and worship, and actual on-the-job training (within the rules and regulations of the corrections department).
If you’re a self-starter and you’re ready to start now, you can get the innovative Prison EE Startup Kit that contains everything you need to train up to 60 students with a Gospel tool that will impact them and others for Christ.
If you choose the Startup Kit, we can also provide the manpower! We’ll personally assist you in utilizing the Startup Kit and getting EE going. We’ll guide you in how to get a new EE prison ministry running and how to strengthen an existing prison ministry. Included in our training are special sessions on The Secret to Power in Prison Ministry, How to Strengthen an Existing Prison Ministry or implement Prison EE, Teaching Non-Readers and Post-Release Assistance to the Local Church.
Rev. Art Hallett Director for Prison EE 941.957.0341
6) Hispanic EE
7) Discover Internships
8) Share life today
9) Share your faith
11) EEHELPS Mobile APP
13) DEAF EE
14) Glasses for Missions
15) EE Prayer Network
Out of everything that they have to offer in the way of winning souls to Christ, I find that not all of the fifteen plus ministry programs would be practical to implement with such a diverse society as here, as expense and demographics are a major concern and a deterrent concerning discipleship. I would however use the examples and techniques displayed in their various programs to achieve the objective of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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BCU student: Laba Felicia Adewumi, Monrovia, Liberia: James 1:5 “If anyone of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him”.
BCU student: Edson Souza, Porto Velho, Rondonia, Brazil;: Do you give certification? Are there any payment required?
BCU student: Comfort Adegboro, Chino, California, USA: Not everyone that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. (Matthew 7:21)