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East Coast Evangelism Conference

About ECEC

Welcome to the website of the East Coast Evangelism Conference! This is our second year, and we would like to provide a little information about the purpose of ECEC and how we are bringing quality evangelism training to the east coast and beyond

Positive Influence

The East Coast Evangelism Conference exists to positively affect the population of heaven.

God's Glory

We wish for there to be more people in heaven throughout eternity directly because of the influence of the teaching and training received at ECEC.

 

Winning one soul for Jesus Christ is worth more than being famous and pleasing a sinful world.

James C. Uwandu

 

ECEC Board

Board of Directors for ECEC

Andy Brewster

Andy Brewster

Youth Minister / Augusta Rd. CoC View Details
Adam Richardson

Adam Richardson

Pulpit Minister / Petersville CoC View Details
Jonathan Germany

Jonathan Germany

Youth Minister / Georgetown CoC View Details
Clint Rowand

Clint Rowand

Pulpit Minister / Augusta Road CoC View Details
Brandon Edwards

Brandon Edwards

Youth Minister / Buford CoC View Details
Andy Brewster

Andy Brewster

Youth Minister / Augusta Rd. CoC

Andy was born and raised in the great state of Carolina or “God’s country” as he likes to call it. He met his wife, Lena, on the first day of sixth grade at Lakeside Middle School in Anderson, SC. They have lived in Greenville since their marriage on April 14, 2007. Obi, Solo, and Chewie (all named for Star Wars characters) are their three dogs that keep life interesting at the Brewster house. Andy and Lena have a son, James W. Brewster, who is now waiting for them in Abraham’s bosom. They both long for the day when they can be not only with James, but also with their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Andy considers it a privilege to work with the A.R.M.Y. (Augusta Road Ministry for Youth) as the Youth and Family Minister at the Augusta Road Church of Christ. He also enjoys coaching the Brewtown Bruisers (his fantasy football team), playing golf (poorly) and taking walks around the neighborhood with Lena. You might often hear Andy whistling the old Toys R Us theme song “I Don’t Wanna Grow Up I’m a Toys R Us Kid” and his favorite passage is Matthew 5:14-16.

Adam Richardson

Adam Richardson

Pulpit Minister / Petersville CoC

Adam Richardson is beginning a new work with the Petersville church of Christ in Florence, Alabama after 10 wonderful years at the Seneca congregation in South Carolina. His wife of 16 years, Autumn, and his three children – Kaitlyn (14), Logan (11), and Macey (9) – fill his days with joy and a bunch of other mushy, gushy stuff. He feels very blessed by God to be allowed to be a minister in his spiritual family and lead such a wonderful physical one. He is awesome at disc golf – if you don\’t believe it, just ask him.

Jonathan Germany

Jonathan Germany

Youth Minister / Georgetown CoC

Jonathan “Frodo” Germany was born on April 1, 1990. He is currently the youth minister at Georgetown church of Christ. He is married to the beautiful Kathrine Germany. They will be celebrating their 2 year anniversary June 30. He takes pride in being if not the only but the coolest Hobbit Youth Minister.

Clint Rowand

Clint Rowand

Pulpit Minister / Augusta Road CoC

Clint has been with the Augusta Road congregation since September 2009 and has been preaching for about 20 years. Clint graduated Ohio Valley University in 1993 with a B.A. in Bible and Religion and has worked with congregations in Ohio, Florida and North Carolina before moving to South Carolina. He is married to Amy (Grow) and they have two children. Michael is now attending OVU and Kimberly is a senior in high school. Clint is enjoying getting to know the area and working with the Augusta Road Church of Christ.

Brandon Edwards

Brandon Edwards

Youth Minister / Buford CoC

I’m married to the love of my life Kristin, father to a beautiful little girl Charlotte Kimberly, living in the beautiful city of Buford, Georgia, while continuing my constant vagabond ways around the world. I’ve now lived on three continents and been to six continents overall. I’ve been in three different continents on the same day. I’ve seen people born, and I’ve seen people die. I’ve seen things in my life that people only dream of. I’ve traveled to remote Chinese villages where I was the first foreigner to ever visit. I’ve watched the sun rise and set over the waters of the Nile and Yangtze. I’ve baptized men and women on 3 continents. I’ve been persecuted, laughed at, followed, listened to, and ridiculed. I’ve jumped over taxis and survived earthquakes. I’ve been through Chernobyl, Mad Cows Disease, SARS, malaria, and Bird Flu. I’ve studied at the feet of great learned men and have fallen asleep on the shores of Vietnam after singing praises to God. I’ve won and lost thousands of friends. I’ve been so tired after a day’s work that I couldn’t stand. I’ve sinned, ridiculed, laughed at, persecuted others. I’ve been my own worst enemy. I’ve been an innkeeper, Scottish pastry chef, housekeeper, English University professor, missionary, soccer coach, Acapella singer, soccer player, and youth minister. I’m a big brother to 4, younger brother to 1, uncle to 3, husband to 1, son to 2, grandson to 5, son-in-law to 2, brother-in-law to 4, father to 1, and friend to thousands. I’m a geographical and cultural oddity. I’m Italian by culture, American by nationality. Despite my own intentions, God continues to work through me. I’m nothing without my God and nothing I’ve done or will do means anything without him. I’m a sinful, sinful man. I’m made whole by God’s loving grace and the power of His word. I live for Him and believe firmly that I will never accept what everyone else says is a good life. I will always do the strange, weird, \”why go there\”, type of lifestyle. I will not accept a mediocre life. I won’t settle down if it means becoming meaningless. I will seek a journey of a lifetime that will make people sit back and wonder \”How did he do that?\”. The journey has just begun.

 

Bad Evangelism Says:
I’m right, you’re wrong, and I’d love to tell you about it

Timothy Keller

 

Elements of Evangelism – ECEC Theme 2014

On November 7th-9th the East Coast Evangelism Conference will focus on the "Elements of Evangelism". What does it take to tell people about Jesus? What are the fundamental aspects of sharing the Gospel? What does it look like to be someone who seeks to bring souls to Christ? What has to be apart of my life if I want to be a soul winner? What do I need to know, do, say to fulfill the Great Commission? Answers to these questions and many more practical tips will be supplied November 7th-9th in Greenville, SC. Don't miss it!

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  • Call a friend and invite them to an upcoming youth devotional or bible class. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 15 hours ago
  • Are you being a beggar who is telling other beggar where to find food? #362evangelism

    ECEC about 2 days ago
  • How much do you have to hate someone to my tell them about God and eternal life. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 4 days ago
  • When’s the last time you couldn’t help but speak about Christ? Acts 4:20. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 6 days ago
  • Share the joy that is within you. Don’t bottle it in. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 7 days ago
  • Remember the list of ppl you wrote down on the card? What progress have you been making with those friends? #362evangelism #timenotprimised

    ECEC about 9 days ago
  • Post a favorite Bible verse as your status, twitter post, Instagram pic. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 11 days ago
  • Wear a bible camp and youth rally sure today. It may just be a great conversation starter. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 12 days ago
  • Send an encouraging text to a bible school teacher or a minster-Those who make evangelism their profession need encouragement #362evangelism

    ECEC about 14 days ago
  • When others look at you they should see Christ. Live in a way that they will. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 15 days ago
  • MKe sure you make any visitors at worship services feel welcomed. Don’t ignore them. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 16 days ago
  • Don’t let past errors control your present-otherwise you’ll never have a future! #362evangelism

    ECEC about 19 days ago
  • Invite a friend to services today. Introduce them to your church family. Make them feel loved. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 19 days ago
  • Remember to teach the truth in love. Without love the truth is distorted. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 21 days ago
  • Don’t treat evangelizing like a check list Just because you went on a campaign or mission trip. It’s a daily effort. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 22 days ago
  • Clear your mind of all worldly things to worship the Father. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 23 days ago
  • Remember you are a Christian first. Live in a way that demonstrates that. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 24 days ago
  • If we really believe that Christ died for us why are we scared to share the good news? #362evangelism

    ECEC about 27 days ago
  • “Not everyone who says to me “Lord, Lord” will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he that does the will of my Father.” #362evangelism

    ECEC about 28 days ago
  • This summer set a goal to have at least one Bible study with a friend. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 29 days ago
  • Look around at worship today. Take note of who’s missing and give them a call to let them know they were missed. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 30 days ago
  • Are you imitating Christ in every way? #362evangelism

    ECEC about 31 days ago
  • Don’t allow your schedule to rule your life. Make time for Bible Study and evangelism. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 33 days ago
  • When you sing “make me a servant” do you mean the words? #362evangelism

    ECEC about 42 days ago
  • Jesus is the reason. Serve Him in worship with all your heart. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 44 days ago
  • Evangelism isn’t just something to do once or twice or on a campaign. It’s an everyday effort. What are you dong today? #362evangelism

    ECEC about 45 days ago
  • Take notes from today’s lesson at your congregation. Share them with a friend. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 51 days ago
  • If you are ashamed of Christ then Christ will be ashamed of you on the day of judgment. Be proud you’re a Christian. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 52 days ago
  • Here’s one of our vlogs. 10 tips on evangelism. http://t.co/1UikA1YxlA #362evangelism

    ECEC about 54 days ago
  • Check out one of our new blog posts! Are you a March Kind of Christian? http://t.co/SF8xKvkwOQ

    ECEC about 55 days ago
  • School is almost out. While you make plans for the summer remember to include evangelism. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 56 days ago
  • Have u ever wondered how there are jungle tribes drinking coke who have never heard of Christ. What can u do about it? #362evangelism

    ECEC about 57 days ago
  • Have you checked out our new website? http://t.co/AwI7gwLSdn. We have a new blog section. Check it out. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 59 days ago
  • Make plans to share the gospel with someone this weekend. Don’t hide your faith but proudly proclaim it. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 59 days ago
  • Are you still eating off the kiddie menu? #hebrews5_12_14 #362evangelism

    ECEC about 61 days ago
  • Want a new drug. Try to “gospill”. The high will last forever. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 62 days ago
  • Michelangelo said, “Lord, let me always desire more than I think I can do”. Pray that concept now and live it. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 63 days ago
  • God will never stop loving you. Share that with someone today #362evangelism

    ECEC about 64 days ago
  • Don’t close doors that God has opened for you. Walk through and get ready to be blessed. #362evangelism

    ECEC about 65 days ago
  • How much do you have to hate someone not to tell them the gospel message? #362evangelism

    ECEC about 66 days ago
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