Start the school year with the right tools

By September 6, 2007

(MNN) — E3 Partners is reminding parents to send their students back to school
with cool ways to share the Gospel. 

Take for example the common question, "May I borrow a
pen?" The EvangePen starts with a "wow"
and ends with a Gospel presentation. The
pen has a spring-loaded hidden sheet printed with EvangeCube images that allows
for "Simply Sharing Jesus."

E3 Partners also offers conversation starters like the
Evangecube keychain or wristbands.  Wristbands
are worn by thousands of young adults. They often carry messages that allow the wearer to share a cause they're
supporting. E3 Resources developed the
4iana wristband with similar intentions. 

The 4iana mean "For I Am Not Ashamed," quoting Romans
1:16, which says, "For I am not ashamed of the Gospel, because it is the power
of God for the salvation of everyone who believes: first for the Jew, then for
the Gentile." The wristband itself
bears five colors, a representation of the "wordless book" used to present
the plan of salvation. 

And portable includes the E-Cube keychain. It's a 3 cm cube in its own plastic case. Clip
it on a belt, backpack, or carry it as a keychain. Simple and fun, this cool tool
is great for sharing the Gospel one-on-one.

Is it effective? As
5-year old Bailey shared in a clip from the DVD "EvangeCube Churchwide
Training," "I hook my little cube to my backpack
sometimes, and when people ask me what's on there, I can tell them about Jesus.
I want people to know how much Jesus loves them and why He died on the cross
for them. I just kinda feel good about doing that."

These tools open doors and allow students to share their faith with those who
are curious.  Click here if you want more

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