This Thursday (April 5th) is EvanTell’s 45th birthday!!!

 

In honor of this momentous occasion, we thought we’d play a fun multiple choice game. Place your best guesses in the comment section of this post by noon CST on Thursday, April 5th.

 

The first to comment below with the most answers correct will win a free book signed by our founder!

 

Edit: Thanks for playing! The contest is now closed. Answers are in bold below.

 

Question 1: How did our ministry get the name “EvanTell”?

a.  “Evan” is short for evangelism and together with the word “tell” serves as a reminder that we are to be proclaimers of the good news of Jesus Christ.

b.  The origin of the name EvanTell is from the Greek word for “gospel” (evangel) and incorporates our emphasis on the need to “tell” the gospel.   

c.  The name EvanTell was chosen in honor of Larry Moyer’s father—Evan Moyer—who first inspired him to tell others about Jesus.

d.  “Evan” is short for evangelism and “tell” is from the Greek word telos, meaning “goal or purpose.” As believers, our goal is to tell as many people as possible about the hope of Christ.
 

Question 2: Which best represents the pronunciation of “EvanTell”?

a.  ē-ván-tel  (first “e” is long; accent on the second syllable)

b.  ĕ-ván-tel  (first “e” is short; accent on the second syllable)

c.  évan-tel   (first “e” is short; accent on the first syllable)
 

Question 3: What three events all happened in April of 1973?

a.  Larry graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary, got married to Tammy, and founded EvanTell.

b.  Larry graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary, adopted his son David, and founded EvanTell.

c.  Larry led his first evangelistic rally outside of Texas, graduated from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, and founded EvanTell.

d.  Larry graduated from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, adopted his son David, and founded EvanTell.
 

Question 4: Our Founder, Larry Moyer, has spoken in over 60 foreign location and 48 states. In which two states has Larry not taught or preached yet?  

a.  South Dakota and Wyoming

b.  Maine and New Jersey

c.  Rhode Island and South Carolina

d.  Idaho and Kentucky
 

Question 5: If Larry could go back in time, what would he tell himself about evangelism or leadership?

a.  You don’t have to know everything. Just surround yourself with the people who do and reach out for assistance.

b.  A strength uncontrolled always becomes a weakness.

c.  Make sure a new convert has one-on-one discipleship with someone.

d.  All of the above