The Lord continues to seek for men and women He can use. The Ezekiel Project (TEP) aims to “stand in the gap” between heaven and hell by preaching the gospel of our Lord Jesus to the perishing. It is our desire to put the “go” back into the gospel by reaching people that will never come to a church. We train and equip Christians in evangelism so the gospel can be presented in a clear and simple way. We want to reach the lost where they are, using simple tools to aid in illustrating the good news. We prepare Christians for evangelism through two primary ministries: Evangelism Seminars and the School of Evangelism.
The Ezekiel Project, Inc. is a registered non-profit 501c3, tax-exempt corporation. It is overseen by an independent board which has full and final authority over all its corporate assets. Donations to The Ezekiel Project are tax-deductible and are used exclusively for the ongoing ministry of The Ezekiel Project.
Individuals, serving the Lord as part of our staff, serve as missionaries and are not considered employees of The Ezekiel Project. Thus they receive no salaries and depend wholly on the Lord for their support. If you would be interested in supporting the ministry of any of our staff members you may send funds directly to him/her, or you may use the generous services of the Christian Workers Fellowship Fund (P.O. Box 12347, Kansas City, KS 66112) which will forward your donation to the worker and provide you with a tax-deductible receipt. The following staff members are commended workers who are currently serving the Lord at TEP: Chris and Barb Schroeder, JC and Kelly Schroeder, Greg Steigelman, Tim Skiles, Peter Skiles, and Carissa Zapadenko