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12 Sep 2011 | No Comment

Hi everyone,
One day recently, a pastor / missionary in Canada was surfing the net and came across the web site.
He contacted us and ordered my book and some other resources.  The Holy Spirit really impacted him through the book. This is an answer to prayer.
So much so in fact, we talked on the phone this morning about opening up in Canada. Russell, the pastor/missionary  has connections not only to Bible Schools and Seminaries, but also to networks of Churches.
Not only that, but he is leaving shortly on a missions …

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12 Sep 2011 | No Comment

Hi everyone
If you know anyone who you think might be interested in this conference, or who you think should attend, can you please phone or email them and tell them about it?  Thanks every so much. It’s going to be an incredible time in a rural community! Don’t miss it.

I want to invite you  to an important conference in CARTERTON on a topic which is vital for the Church in New Zealand.



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23 Aug 2011 | No Comment

You’re invited to a fantastic conference in Auckland THIS WEEKEND!



To watch promo videos, please click here and here

To download a registration form, please click here








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12 Aug 2011 | No Comment

When people in the church talk about the need to evangelise the world, they often quote Paul when he said in Ephesians ‘Be ready to give an answer for your believing.’ (1 Peter 3:15).
Yet, many have misinterpreted this verse to mean ‘just wait until someone asks you about your faith’ or ‘wait until it comes up naturally in a conversation.’
This is not what the verse is saying.  As usual, we must take into account what the rest of scripture says about evangelism.  In the respect, a key verse is Mark …

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1 Aug 2011 | No Comment

The Taylor family of Hamilton is taking seriously the challenge of helping those less fortunate than themselves. Alan, a Hamilton accountant, is recruiting a team of 15 to Cambodia with Habitat for Humanity in November accompanied by his wife Lynne and two of their sons. They are part of a larger contingent of 150 volunteers from NZ and will join with a further 150 volunteers from various countries to take part in the “Khmer Harvest Build” where 20 impoverished families will be assisted into their own homes so they no …

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16 Jul 2011 | 2 Comments

When we share our testimony it is not about us but about God.  We are declaring what God has done or is doing in or through our lives.  Our testimony should  point to His love for us and be given with the purpose of His receiving all the praise and glory from our grateful hearts.
The Lord uses testimonies.
In my own life I can look back and recall the impact that people’s testimonies had in preparing the soil of my heart to receive the seed of the gospel which God caused …

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12 Jul 2011 | 2 Comments

Hi everyone, today I left my home at 4:30 to go an reach someone with the gospel. It was bitterly cold, the sun going down, and windy. I didn’t feel like doing this.
When I stepped out of my car, I noticed two guys in their 30′s drinking at a bar so approached them.
Hey guys, can I ask you a question?
They say nothing, only stare.
Again I ask ‘what’s the oldest book in the world?’
I felt awkward.
They didn’t know, so I told them.
It’s four thousand years old. We just made a video …

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10 Jul 2011 | 2 Comments

Wow! Today I was in a cafe having a coffee with a friend.
The cafe was not busy, so when the waitress came with our order, I smiled, and thanked her, and then I asked her the usual questions (the photo at right is not Abby. I just clipped this from the internet).
Can I ask you a question?
Sure she said.
What’s possibly the oldest book in the world?
Ummm…the Bible?
Yep. Do you know how old it is?
No, no idea
It’s about 4000 years old.
Wow. I didn’t know that.
(Enthusiastically).  We have just developed a video …

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7 Jul 2011 | No Comment

Please take a moment to visit our new web site
It’s not completely finished yet but we are able to take registrations on-line now for DNA conferences.
Every blessing
Julian and the team at ESI!

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30 Jun 2011 | No Comment

Many of you know that a ‘change the DNA of your church’ conference was completed in Tokoroa last Saturday. A photographer was there taking photos, so if you want to see if he clicked you, check here
Brian Haggar was one of the pastors who was in attendance. He is not only pastor of the Elim church in Tokoroa but also chairperson of the Tokoroa Christian Leader’s Association.
Many of you have seen Brian’s 2 minute assessment of the conference. If you haven’t, it fantastic viewing. Click here to watch it.Brian has …

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27 Jun 2011 | One Comment

We have just completed a ‘change the DNA of your church to make it evangelistic’ conference in Tokoroa, which is a small town in NZ with a population of about 14,000.
Pastor Brian Haggar, chairman of the Tokoroa leader’s association attended.  After the conference, he went on video pleading passionately for other leaders to attend the next conference in Tauranga on the 30th July.  Click here to view Brian’s two minute video.
To register for the Tauranga conference, click here.

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21 Jun 2011 | No Comment

Hi everyone,
As a ministry we have just completed a one day ‘Change The DNA Of Your Church To Make It Evangelistic’ Conference in Waipukurau. It was truly wonderful, and the Holy Spirit was pleased to bless this conference in a remarkable way.
One of the local pastors/ministers is on video for two minutes giving his opinion of the weekend.  To view this video, click here.
We are holding the same conference this weekend on Saturday in Tokoroa. It starts at 9am and finishes at 4:30pm. To view the conference brochure, please …

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11 Jun 2011 | No Comment

The following testimony is by written by a guy called Greg. The photo is of Greg and his wife. Greg is a member of the Manukau Salvation Army Church. Greg got hold of our DVD series on evangelism, taught himself from scratch, then set out to actually do evangelism. One day, he says, he had a breakthrough! This is what he wrote:
“I was called to fix a burst pipe under a house in Otara (South Auckland,NZ) on a Saturday morning at 8.30. I knocked on the front …

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4 Jun 2011 | No Comment

Hi, today I was in the post office posting off some evangelism resources. At the front of the shop there is a large, low, square shaped table, with equally low chairs all around. It is designed for customers to sit and address envelopes and wrap packages. This is a new, modern post office!
Anyway, while I was sitting and writing addresses on packages, three ladies in their late teens came and sat at the table.
Remember in the previous blog, The car, the fish, and the wheelchair, Ian Thomson was used by …

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1 Jun 2011 | No Comment

The following is a short and powerful account of evangelism in everyday life.
It came to me today via email from Ian Thomson, one of the elders at Bethlehem Community Church in Tauranga, New Zealand.
I will share with you the lessons I learned from this account at the end.
“The other day I was parked in Spring Street waiting in my car for Fay (my wife) to finish work. As I sat there I noticed in my rear view mirror a young man coming towards me on the road in his …

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26 Apr 2011 | No Comment

Looking for the perfect mother’s day gift? What about something that will inspire you Mum to greater heights in God and give her hours of pleasure and inspiration? Is your Mum hungry for more of God? If she loves reading the inspiring stories of great Christians from the past and present, then this new book will make a perfect Mother’s Day gift for her!
So, what’s it about? Well, have you ever wondered how and why some Christians just seem to be used by God and others not? Ever thought about …

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10 Apr 2011 | 2 Comments

Today I was in the Egyptian city of Aswan, made famous as the place where the Nile is dammed to produce hydro electricity. As you know from the news, Egypt is a country in crisis, with a million people gathering yesterday in Cairo, demanding a new government.  Mubarak the dictator has gone, and the army is now running the country.
In most cities there is a heavy army presence.  Tanks and vehicles with machines guns are peppered around.
Today the army shut down my evangelism! Let me tell you what happened.
As I …

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8 Apr 2011 | No Comment

Have you ever wondered how and why some Christians just seem to be used by God and others not? Ever thought about why some people just leave their mark on the earth, and others pass through making little impact for God?
What exactly was it about their walk with God that enabled Him to work through them in a such a mighty way?
A year ago, a strong desire to find answers to these and other questions propelled me into research.  What I found was too good to keep to myself so …

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7 Apr 2011 | 3 Comments

On the 3rd of April, I had the most amazing flight from Auckland to Dubai. I have got to say that flying provides THE best opportunities to ‘love people’ with the gospel i.e. for evangelism.
Just think for a moment how air travel is fertile ground for evangelism.  We need to know this, because nearly everyone travels by air.
First, there are physical considerations. Passengers do a lot of waiting around in airports and they are generally bored.  They have time to listen to an eleven-minute gospel presentation.
Furthermore, at airports, people are …

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23 Mar 2011 | 2 Comments

Today I had quite an extra ordinary experience.  I was visiting my accountant and when I entered the reception area the lady behind the desk was not the usual person. The usual person was called Glenda, and the new person Mandy.
I had talked to Glenda before about the gospel, and I remember having a discussion with her about this. She told me that she firmly believed all roads led to the same God, and all the religions of the world were the same, but that she was a Christian.  I didn’t …

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