Green is growth. Green is fresh. Green is turning over a leaf of repentance and finding Love with a capital L. Our biggest want is to glorify our God and Savior, Jesus Christ, by growing in love and faithfulness. And that starts with filling our hearts, minds, and souls with things from above. With pure and Godly literature. With Green.

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The Start of Something Green

by Dr. John Sorensen

John spent most of his young adult years in the world of advertising where he won many regional and national awards. In his search for truth, John began attending Christ Community Church in Omaha, NE in the 90’s where Dr. Tom Stebbins took him through EE training and led him to the Lord. John joined the EE staff in 1997. In 2008, John became EE’s President. John is also ordained earning a Master of Arts in Evangelism and Doctorate of Divinity at Knox Theological Seminary. John has a lovely wife, Ann, and four kids.


A couple years ago in Fiji, The Most Reverend Archbishop Goodhew taught our Implementation Field Workers at our Kennedy Training Center in Fiji on ways to grow and expand in their faith. I received such positive feedback from the IFWs that I began to think, “There’s something powerful about the message he’s preaching. Was it only effective to them though?” I put the first lesson up online for our team around the world to view. Staff communicated with me that they were blessed and wanted me to thank Archbishop Goodhew from the bottom of their hearts for the teachings (and they wanted the rest of the lessons!).

That gave me pause. Pastors, laymen and women, young, old, generation x, poor, and rich from all different cultures and countries need the message from Scripture that Archbishop Goodhew was teaching.  Lessons on ways to deepen growth in your relationship with God.  This is positively one of the best messages that we all need in our walk with God. I told Archbishop Goodhew soon after, “You have to write this into a book! People all around the world are receiving it so well!”

Thankfully he agreed, and Archbishop Goodhew (along with GreenTree Press) will have Green completed and published this summer. I am excited that you will have the opportunity to read such inspiring and uplifting teachings on growth in God.

Keep your eyes peeled! Great things are happening around us, and to God be the glory.

Want to know more about Dr. Sorensen and the ministry of Evangelism Explosion? Here are some handy links:

Dr. John Sorensen: (or click on his picture above)

Evangelism Explosion:

GreenTree Press:


Well Done now in Apple and Kindle Stores

The Apple iBooks Store released Well Done electronically (for iPads) today.  Amazon will put it up today or tomorrow for Kindle, and we will have the hardback books within 6 weeks.  Look for us to put up a PREORDER page soon.

Well Done is the first book by John B. Sorensen, President of Evangelism Explosion.  And, more importantly, it is D. James Kennedy’s last book that he worked on personally.  While there will most likely be many books created from his content, this book was worked on together for the last year he was in the pulpit.

It’s taken  three years, and the help of Jerry Newcomb and John’s daughter Hannah to get it done, but, PRAISE THE LORD, it is finished.

For the Apple store link, you can check it out here:

Well Done
D. James Kennedy and John B. Sorensen
Category: Christianity
Released: Sep 05, 2010


Well Done – Coming Soon

The book Well Done! by Dr. D. James Kennedy and Dr. John B. Sorensen is about the Christian Doctrine of Works; what God expects us to do in this life to hear “Well done!” from God. Many Christians shun away from the idea of works because it has been misunderstood in the past for being the means of salvation. Good works will not get you to heaven; however, for the believer trusting in what Jesus did on the cross, there are certain works He has commanded us to do here on earth. This is seen very clearly in the Parable of the Talents. Two servants do what their Master commands them and invest their talents, but the last servant buries his talent in the ground and sits around until his Master comes home. That servant was rebuked and sent away by the Master, while the other two were praised. God has certainly given us all talents and expects us to use them as He has commanded for His glory and praise. But many ask, “What does He expect us to do? How do we know what He has commanded?”

Kennedy and Sorensen have answered these questions and addressed the understated idea of a Christian Doctrine of Works in fourteen chapters that are sure to be a blessing to the Christian who longs to hear from their Master, “Well done, my good and faithful servant. I have put you in charge of a few things, and now I will put you in charge of more. Come and share your Master’s happiness!”

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