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An Exercise in Noticing

Kendra McClelland  |  June 17, 2019

If you don’t really know someone, how can you truly love him/her? Do you know his/her answers to the following questions? Perhaps take them to prayer. Perhaps ask him/her—even if…

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Preparing Good Questions

Kendra McClelland  |  April 29, 2019

Good questions are a critical ingredient in all great discussions. Jesus himself was the master questioner, often responding to questions with deeper questions.[1] Questions open us to God and one…

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EC Impact: Warren

Austin Franke  |  April 3, 2019

“EC training has helped me to be more comfortable and confident in sharing my faith in an organic way.”   “EC training has helped me to be more comfortable and confident…

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EC Impact: Kristen

Austin Franke  |  April 3, 2019

“These one-on-ones helped me to recognize Jesus’ love for me for the first time and taught me that someone cared enough to share this with me and teach me.” Celebrations of…

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EC Impact: Colleen

Austin Franke  |  April 3, 2019

“God is truly reaching more in this work.”   Colleen serves the Church and the U.S.A. as a military spouse, most recently at Camp Pendleton Marine Base. In sharing her…

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How Small Groups Build a Movement

The Evangelical Catholic  |  March 20, 2019

Relational Ministry Small groups work because they are rooted in relationships, not in organizational structures or edifices. Within the relationships people want and need, they find what they didn’t know…

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Evangelizing through Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving

Cody LeClaire  |  February 28, 2017

Here are our top 5 evangelical Lenten resolutions for 2017, directly from EC Staff:   Resolution One: PRAYER Take the 1% Challenge: 15 minutes daily in God’s Word I love early…

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Lenten Reflection 2016

Peter Andrastek  |  February 24, 2016

So, I’m going to reflect on just that: my own poverty. And what a perfect time Lent is to experience and reflect on our own spiritual poverty. As I prayed…

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I Dreamt that My Son Died – A Good Friday Meditation

Jason Simon  |  April 2, 2015

It seems eminently clear that the more perfect one’s love is, the more pain lies in wait. The longer couples date, the more the break-up hurts. The closer the relative,…

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Seek the Lord in the Bible Every Day… Seriously!

Nicole LeClaire  |  March 25, 2014

Mark Rose wrote in our last EC blog entry about how we hunger for connection to people and to God. I know that I hunger for a lot of things,…

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