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About Us

We are a group of passionate Believers in Jesus Christ, that have been creating products for Evangelism, Prayer, and Discipleship since 1999. With the EvangeCube being our first product, it has been labeled one of the most simple and clear evangelism tools ever!

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Our best resources made to share the gospel in every corner of the earth

eCube Classic | Fun & Portable Evangelism Cube
  • $9.00

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BIG Cube or Evangelism Cube
  • $35.00

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4 Pack of The Gospel Sharing Evangecube by E3 Resources
  • $34.11

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I AM
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I Am Second Pack of 25 Bundle
  • $54.95

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Outreach Pack Bundle includes EvangeCube Classic, eBands, and eFolds
  • $32.00

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The Evangecube Story

 Check out our 20 year anniversary video. See the evolution of the Evangecube and E3 Resources over the past 20 years

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Testimonials

E3 Resources Impact on missionaries and pastors

totally committed to using the evangeCube and taking them all over the world. An easy and effective way to communicate the Gospel!

Pastor Rodney

We saw 100 people pray for God’s gift of salvation on our recent trip to Colombia using this amazing evangeCube! Thank you so much for your wonderful evangelism tool.

It was exciting to see the passion of these Haitian pastors and church leaders sharing the Gospel with confidence using the evangeCube! Thank you.

About 6-7 years ago, I had the wonderful privilege of teaching directors of evangelism from across the country on how to use the evangeCube. Today, many of those same directors have gone on to become pastors in their local churches and continue using the cubes in their outreach to their local communities and taking on mission trips all over the world

We had a block party on my street on Saturday and God used me to lead someone to Jesus! He is a friend and after I showed him the evangeCube, he got very enthusiastic about the Gospel. I wear the eBand with the Gospel colors on it too and can show it to everyone. It was a very hot day, but it was worth it! It was a great experience for me.

John

Your bracelets inspired us. Your partners in SouthEast Asia.

Nathan
Evangecube

Helpful and compact, our Fun & Portable Evangelism Cube (eCube Classic) is perfect to bring anytime, anywhere! This is an ideal gift for family, friends, Pastors, youth leaders, Sunday school teachers, missionaries, Lay Leaders and more who want to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ more simply and interestingly to young adults and kids. Only at 7cm in size, this easy to use evangelism puzzle cube allows you to be creative in bringing and sharing the Gospel with you anywhere you go.

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Stories

Stories and devotions sharing the gospel

FREEDOM - Our Right and Responsibility

Our founding fathers knew how important it was to them and generations to come, the rights and the responsibilities we all share living in America! 

Waiting on Hope

"No doubt that people are losing their hope!" They are waiting for some good news. Are you ready to give them an answer?

Acts of Random Kindness

The telephone rang. It was a call from his mother. He answered it and his mother told him, "Mr. Belser died last night. The funeral is Wednesday." ...

"A Heart at Peace" part 2

“A heart at peace gives life to the body…” Proverb 14:30 If you haven’t read last week’s Part 1 of “A Heart at Peace”…please do that now. It will h...

Memorial Day “A Day of Remembrance”

Growing up in the 1950’s-60’s, every year, my mom would drag us out to the cemetery to pay our respects to relatives who had died. It was called “D...