I have been blessed to have been able to work with EPPIC ministries. If knew the impact it had on me as I hoped to have on the people I wouldn't have believed. I believe the people are genuine, and I'm so thankful to have the opportunity to work with them in Gods ministry.
I worked with Eppic back in 2012 in Central America and was greatly blessed by the ministry I participated in. Moreover, the work we did as mimes was an effective way to communicate the Gospel and, as a result, we saw many people come to know the Lord during our two week mission trip. I am a firm believer in Eppic Ministries!
Am always encouraged when I see the results of the hard work put into this program. My son was a volunteer with them many years ago for a tour to Central America. It was a great experience for him. My family catches a presentation once in a while. They are of the highest quality and have great impact on lives.
-----" I was a new Christian and a student at the University of Costa Rica in the 80's when Eppic Ministries International came to my country to minister the gospel in mime at the university campus. Even though I was part of a small Christian mime team already , I had never seen anything like Eppic before. The professionalism, the serving spirit of the mimes, and The skits were so powerful that I went home after classes that day and the images were still vivid and fresh in my mind and heart at night. I decided to attend the next performances and got to know the mimes and the director Chris Erickson. The next year after Eppic visited, Chris offered a scholarship to our novice mime team. So seven Costaricans attended a month of training at the two headquarters houses in Minnesota. We had a great time of learning , and met people that still remain friends throughout the years. Eppic sent us to our country fully equipped with suitcases of materials to continue our evangelistic work in the campus and beyond. We became one of the best mime trained teams operating and serving in Costa Rica at the time, and due to our training and exposure to Eppic, many doors to ministry were opened in our country and in the USA for us in the years ahead. Today, we are in our 40's, but we still have a fresh memory of that visit to USA and the month of training we experienced with Eppic. For us, meeting Chris and Eppic, was a life changing experience. ----Maria Chacon, Costa Rica
I loved working as a mime with EPPIC Ministries in Eden Prairie, MN, and Guatemala. Chris Erickson runs a tight ship, and is funny and encouraging throughout the learning process. I grew in my faith while taking part in EPPIC's mime program.
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!
I am a former board member for EPPIC. I have seen theh heart of this organization at work saving lives in the real sense of that phrase--bringing people of all races and nations to Christ. the art of pantomime provides a unique opportunity to communicate in any language since it is visual. these teams are dedicated servants of the Lord Jesus Christ and produce a professional and effective product very efficiently. Many lives have been saved and transformed.
The first time I saw an EPPIC team perform I was so touched by the Lord - His love penetrated my heart, and so it was that I began to get involved as a volunteer. I have seen and performed in the sketches perhaps 100's of times, and I am still affected by the Gospel message so clearly portrayed. These sketches need to be performed all over the world in every nation, that all may see the power of God's love and be touched by Him personally.
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.