Simple and Effective, the EvangeCube is Making In-Roads for the Gospel Where Words Cannot
Aimee Herd : Jul 30, 2005 : Charisma Now
The EvangeCube, a handy witnessing tool developed in Dallas, is being used to effectively share the Gospel in increasing numbers. Supporters say the cube has even begun a "minor revolution in sharing the Gospel" by transcending illiteracy and the written word.
The concept for the EvangeCube began when Nathan Sheets and Jim Wyatt returned from a short-term missions trip to Haiti. The two collaborated on a simplified way to explain salvation -- the idea for a cube sparked by a similar marketing tool they received in the mail.
Though some have criticized the EvangeCube, Dallas theological student Vasily Dmitrievsky, who works with the Russian Baptist Union said, "We need to have millions upon millions of EvangeCubes. A lot of churches realized the power of the gospel through this. They realized they don't have to wait for American missionaries to help them out. They realize they can go out and do evangelism by themselves."
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