Be strengthened by the grace that is in Christ Jesus, and what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also.
2 Timothy 2:1-2
EE Changemakers begins with a 4-6 week training program at one of Evangelism Explosion International’s global training centers. You will be provided with training in the areas of evangelism, ministry partner development, cultural diversity, theology, and more. It is our goal to provide you with the knowledge, guidance, and tools to prepare you for full time ministry. You will also discover your strengths and gain insight into the many ways you could use these strengths to serve through the ministry of EEI.
Following the training program, you will have the opportunity to receive further training and ministry experience on a two-year Mission Service Project. You will be required to spend 3-6 months actively building a team of financial ministry partners who will enable you to participate in this Mission Service Project. The leaders of the EE Changemakers Ministry will continue mentoring you as you work alongside local EE teams around the world.
EE Changemakers is looking for young adults, between the ages of 18-35, who are currently thinking about or pursuing full-time ministry and who can commit at least 4-6 weeks, but preferably 2 years to gain hands on experience with those already in full time Gospel ministry. If the vision of EEI and EE Changemakers excites you, fill out an application (download below) or contact us and we’ll get back to you!
We believe that together, we can change the world by making Christ known!
EE Changemakers 2019
EE Changemakers 2019 took place at the D. James Kennedy Training Centre in Nadi, Fiji.
Over the course of the 6-week program, 8 interns were trained in Evangelism, Theology of Mission, Cultural Diversity, Apologetics, and more. Participants in this year’s program included individuals from the US, South Africa, and Fiji.
The interns participated in 2 Evangelism clinics through which 29 local pastors and laymen were equipped to not only share their faith, but also equip others to do the same.