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Donor Stories: "I have gotten to watch folks find the truth of all eternity."

As 2019 ends, we want to recognize some of our faithful supporters who partner with Christianity Explored. Bill Fullilove, Ministries Pastor at McLean Presbyterian Church and CE Board Member, briefly shares why he uses Christianity Explored. When and how did you first become involved with CE? I was approached by a new member of our …

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Donor Stories: "Running CE courses… has spiritually stretched, challenged and encouraged me."

This month, we want to recognize some of our faithful supporters by sharing their stories of partnering with Christianity Explored. This week, Bruce Longbottom, a trademark attorney with Eli Lilly and Company, shares how and why he got involved with Christianity Explored Ministries. When and how did you first become involved with CE?  In the summer …

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#GivingTuesday: Giving people the tools to love, live, and tell the Gospel

From CE Ministries: By supporting Christianity Explored Ministries this Giving Tuesday, you can help others share the good news of Jesus to the ends of the earth.  You might be pretty familiar with Christianity Explored resources.  Maybe you have a friend at church who became a Christian on a Christianity Explored course. Perhaps your kids’ holiday club uses Epic Explorers. …

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How “wealth” distracts from Thanksgiving

In the Gospel of Mark, one of the earliest books written about the life of Jesus, Jesus makes a bold statement: “How hard it is for the rich to enter the kingdom of God!”Mark 10:23 This statement shocked Jesus’ followers, who lived in a culture where wealth meant status and respect--and most certainly an honored …

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