Ministry partner elected to Colorado Sports Hall of Fame

By April 18, 2011

USA (E3P/MNN) — The new Director of Israel for e3 Partners really knows what it
means to "kick things into high gear."

Prior to joining e3, Jason Elam was the Denver Broncos kicker*.  Along with five others, he has been inducted
into Colorado Sports Hall of Fame, Class of 2011.

Elam recently joined e3 Partners in an official capacity after several years
of assisting Middle East Region Director Tom Doyle on many e3 expeditions. He
will continue to focus his efforts on leading the strategy in Israel.

The "e" in e3 stands for Equip, Evangelize and Establish. In the context of evangelism, they're working
to equip 10 million Christians with the tools and training to evangelize one
billion people and establish four million multiplying churches.

E3 is trying to encourage people to participate in a larger
Kingdom effort to see simple churches started in every community among every
language and people group in the world. Their goal: to raise up 1,000
prayer warriors for each country where they are working in the Middle East and
Central Asia. 

 

*Elam was a member of the Broncos from 1993-2007 and won two Super Bowl
titles with the club. He retired with the fifth-most field goals (436) and
points scored (1,983) in NFL history. A member of the Denver Broncos 50th
Anniversary Team, his 236 games played for Denver are a club record, and his 15
seasons with the Broncos are tied with center Tom Nalen for the second-most
seasons with the team in franchise history behind Pro Football Hall of Fame
quarterback John Elway.

 

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