As a member at Wooddale Church in Eden Prairie, MN I was first introduced to Eppic with the mime presentations given to our Sunday school class. I believe it was 2nd or 3rd grade and I first noticed how intently the children were following what was going on. It's interesting though that I have to admit I had mime-a-fobia before, but there's something profound about this medium. One does not focus on tone of voice nor are there language barriers. It's a international method of communication and I really think makes the observer feel the performers full emotions. It moved me to tears and I know changed some young hearts that Sunday morning. To me this ministry is both unique and effective!
Eppic uses the art of mime to tell Bible stories. I have personally seen how Eppic connects with people in the USA and around the globe (e.g., Guatemala). Regardless of language spoken, education level, geography or ethnicity, the artistic message of Jesus Christ's life, death, and resurrection is compelling and can be life-changing if accepted and lived-out.
I have seen the fruits of the ministry of Eppic globally as God has used mime to tell the story of His love.
I have witnessed the response of people coming to the Lord through the mime presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. They are able to touch the unreachable is a way they may of not responded by hearing the gospel...these are people that want to see a sermon rather than hear one. God is using Eppic is a way that most ministries and organization can't be used and deliver the gospel message in...
Through mime, Eppic is able to reach all people regardless of language spoken, education, geography or ethnicity. Their messages are compelling, emotional and life changing; truly a difference maker in a fallen world that needs love and basic truth.