If God would dip all pastors in hell for a fraction of a second …



“If God would dip all pastors in hell for a fraction of a second . . .

. . . and then yank them up by their shirt tails–as they’re standing there smoldering and their clothes and skin are full of black soot, and their shoes have half melted off, I think their commitment to the Great Commission would substantially increase.”Dr. D. James Kennedy, Ph.D.
Are you a pastor who sincerely cares about Jesus’ Great Commission? If you are, then you must consider implementing Evangelism Explosion (EE), the number one tool for training people in reaching the lost.*
A tale of two pastors points up the effectiveness of EE. Twelve years ago, Pastor Jorge Comesanas of Primera Iglesia Bautista de Coral Park in Miami, attended an EE clinic. He invited another pastor to join him. At that time both pastors had congregations of about 150.
Following the clinic, Pastor Comesanas began EE in his church. The other pastor did not. Today, 12 years later, the other pastor’s church still has a congregation of 150. But Pastor Comesanas’ church is at 2000 and growing fast–and so healthy that its influence has helped remove the gang presence in the neighborhood!
You may say that’s a unique situation–an out of the ordinary tale that happens once in a lifetime. But every day we receive stories about spiritual victories and multiplication through EE.
Ask yourself:
  • Has your church reached a plateau?
  • Is your congregation healthy?
  • Are you serious about obeying the Great Commission?
  • Are you ready to make an investment in your church, your people and your community?
If so, you will find no better tool for witnessing to the lost, discipling them to win others and equipping your members for leadership, than Evangelism Explosion.
Think once more about the hundreds of lost people in your community who will experience not a short dip, but an eternity in hell.
Then call our office for more information. Click here for a list of clinics dates inĀ  2010 and it’s locations.
* Christianity Today magazine