Ethiopian Evangelism

Why This Web Page?

 “For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes.” 1 Corinthians 11:26
 “Amen. Amen. Amen. O Lord, Your death we proclaim.” St. Basil Divine Liturgy

As we examine the above verse and prayer, we discover that evangelism is not an option but it is a must for each faithful.  Evangelism was introduced by Ethiopian Bakos to Ethiopians in 34 AD, beautified by our fathers and mothers for centuries and we loved to maintain this mission - continue and spread around the country and all over the world. Acts 8:26-40

Evangelism is a commandment not only for bishops, priests, and deacons, but, in fact, it is for everyone.  In addition, it is also a promise we give to God in every Divine Liturgy.  Yet, we fail to fulfill!  To help each person to fulfill this vow, we created this web page to promote a good understanding of evangelism and to offer the necessary tools and skills needed to practice it.  

Here are the main purposes of this web page:

  1. Prepare a person for evangelism and missionary work
  2. Offer an online evangelism class teaches not only evangelism, but also the faith, the Holy Bible, and the Church mysteries and rites
  3. Make this web page as a repository and reference of evangelism tools, skills, groups, missions, and topics
  4. We aimed at making this web page as a “One Stop” for all the needs of people who work in evangelism and for people who need to get into evangelism.
  5. All topics and writings are represented in an evangelistic way.

This is why you find the following in this web page:

  1. Evangelistic Bible Study to use in your own Bible Study group, as a tool to attract others to our church.
  2. Answers to your questions about evangelism, missionary work, and other topics.
  3. Mission Needs page to help you get well-prepared for your next mission
  4. Evangelism topics that cover all aspects of evangelism & missionary work 
    Brochures and small booklets that you can reprint and distribute.
  5. Where is the closest evangelism group and prayer group to your area?
  6. Where is the closest evangelistic Bible Study to your area?
  7. Help in starting evangelistic activities and groups in your parish church, your school, your college, and in your town
  8. News and details about new missions and other activities
  9. Reflections and testimonies written by people who involved in missionary work and evangelism to let you hear about their fears, failures, and successes
  10. Other topics that help you to understand your Bible, your faith, and your church.

 We also encourage you to be a member of our Evangelism group message board. To be a member, send your name, your parish church name, your service in the church, and your profession or field of study to

Withal praying also for us, that God would open unto us a door of utterance, to speak the mystery of Christ, for which I am also in bonds.Col 4:3
Finally, brethren, pray for us, that the word of the Lord may have free course, and be glorified, even as it is with you: And that we may be delivered from unreasonable and wicked men: for all men have not faith.2 Thessalonians 3:1-2


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