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Long-Time Donor Reflects on Late Husband’s Shared Passion for Evangelism

When Nancy Acker’s late husband, Darrel, signed up for a Lay Witness Training trip to Pennsylvania years ago, she wasn’t interested. The training would take up time they would normally
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FFE Announces 2022 Equipping the Local Church Grant Recipients

From the 100 applications received for the inaugural Equipping the Local Church Grant Cycle, The Foundation for Evangelism has selected 31 projects to receive grants totaling $230,000. Recipients will be announced publicly in June after all have been notified.
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An Impact Story 12 Years in the Making

Jorge Acevedo received an award from the FFE in 2009 - and the relationship has only grown since then. In addition to leading his church, he is a ministry coach, trainer and writer, but the story doesn't end there.
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Army Chaplain Credits E. Stanley Jones Professor with Shaping Her Understanding of Evangelism

By Terri FarmerBrittany Wooten is a 2014 graduate of Methodist Theological School in Ohio. She remembers taking evangelism courses taught by E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism, Dr. Joon Sik
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Bishop Darryl Starnes to Join FFE Board in the Fall

Born in Hampton, VA, but nurtured in the First AME Zion Church in Knoxville, TN, where his grandfather was the organizing pastor, Darryl gave his life to Christ as a
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Local Church Grant Will Help Rebuild and Restore

By Barby Bowser It was not long ago that Magnolia Avenue Church in Knoxville, Tenn., closed its doors. Rev. Rusty Taylor, director of Congregational Development and Revitalization for the Holston
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The Foundation for Evangelism will Award $230,000 to Local Churches

From the 100 applications received for the inaugural Equipping the Local Church Grant Cycle, The Foundation for Evangelism has selected 31 projects to receive grants totaling $230,000. Recipients will be announced publicly in June after all have been notified.
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Dr. Hal Knight Celebrates Retirement from Saint Paul

When you think of a teacher that had an impact on your life and learning, who comes to mind? For many students over the past 29 years at Saint Paul
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From Frustrated to Fruitful

By Rev. Dr. Heather Lear, V.P. for Grant Administration A teacher’s main hope and goal for their students is that they find creative ways to adopt and apply the material
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Will You Keep the Never-Ending Fire Burning?

By Dr. Charles E. Kinder, President Emeritus There is an endless fire that was ignited in the first century A.D. It is burning today and will be burning as long
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