Passion movie opens minds to the Gospel in U-S

By March 8, 2004

USA (MNN) — A film on the last 12 hours of Christ’s life is allowing Christians in the United States to share their faith more openly. The Mel Gibson film “The Passion of the Christ” is drawing thousands of people into the movie theaters both Christian and non-Christian. E3 Partners says this could be a great time for people to talk openly about their faith.

Evangecube’s Carey Marin says, “We’re really here to help people take the next step in their lives after they see this movie. You will want to take action after seeing “The Passion” and what Evangecube is doing is making that easy.”

An Evangecube is a puzzle like picture cube that helps you tell the story of Christ. Marin says, “It creates opportunities to share wherever you are, whether you’re at your office, you can set the cube on your desk and it just compels people to ask what it is. Or, you can put it on your backpack when you’re at school.”

The great part about Christ’s life being portrayed in the general public is even pricking the interest of non-Christians to search for more information. “That fact that the word of God is just being brought back into the main stream is making it easy to talk about Jesus. It shouldn’t be taboo to talk about Jesus and now people can do that in a non-threatening way,” says Marin.

If you’d like to get an Evangecube by going to their web site at EvangeCube.org, or by calling 1-888-354-9411. The cost is $6.00 and would be a great evangelism resource for every local church body.

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