Erick Schenkel’s book is bursting with reports of miraculous, lifechanging encounters with God.
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This book will help you activate your God-given gifts in the greatest adventure this side of eternity.
Dr. Bruce Wilkinson
New York Times best-selling author and speaker
Erick’s influence has been a crucial foundation for everything I have done in my life and ministry. We may not all be called to a full-time foreign ministry, but we are ALL called to a full-time life of sharing the Good News wherever we are.
Best-selling author of For Women Only and For Men Only
Quietly, unreported and uncelebrated, the kingdom of God is exploding around the world. Erick Schenkel’s book is bursting with reports of miraculous, lifechanging encounters with God.
Erick expertly weaves his own life journey from a small Kentucky town to the highest halls of learning at Harvard, after which he gained a vision to reach the entire world. He recounts the relevance and power of living a life fully committed to God in a way that challenges and inspires readers to join in the adventure of taking God’s love and freedom to Everyone, Everywhere.
About the Author
Dr. Erick Schenkel has served as Executive Director of Jesus Film Project since 2012. Prior to this he and his wife Elizabeth and four of their five children lived in Central Asia, working in economic development and education, while also leading a church planting movement. Erick holds two MAs and a PhD from Harvard in the Study of Religion.
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Everyone, Everywhere certainly calls the reader back again and again to its title that the point of evangelism is reaching people with the gospel unto the ends of the earth. Dr. Erick Schenkel opens his book with he and his wife broken from persecution in a Soviet Muslim country and ends his plea for missions with his devout stance that they have no regrets in forfeiting comfortable Boston living.
This narrative gives the reader a lowdown on the digitally communicative world we find ourselves in and offers statistics and facts on how today’s global community is more visually learned than other forms of learning. Hence, the Jesus Film project, which is Luke’s Gospel in film, has been instrumental in conversions across the globe.
Much of what Dr. Schenkel has to say concerning reaching the world for Christ comes from his own sincere soul searching that faith doesn’t need a renewal, but Christian lifestyles need revival. The perspective he maintains throughout the book comes from casting aside lukewarm American belief and the American exception of religious rights onto becoming a Jesus follower in other places in the world, where maintaining a truly Christian way of life is invigorated by evangelism and Holy Ghost inspiration, and not materialism and policy agenda. He is quite general in his description of Christians and graciously explains the three major general denominations of Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox. The brief descriptions he allows on church history are enough that the reader can find resources to match their curiosity.
He gives many referenced, personal experiences of converts from the Jesus film as well as numbers on Christian evangelism worldwide. There are pictures included in the back, an About the Author section, and end notes to reference all the accounts he cited.