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EESA History
1980:
The School of Evangelization in Chilpancingo, Guerrero, Mexico, begins, with Joseph H. Prado, Bill Finke and P. Salvador Carrillo Aldayas as exhibitors. They imparted the course "Training of evangelists", with the participation of 43 persons.
1983-1985:
School of Evangelization is moved to Guadalajara, carring the name of "Apostles School", whith the goal of training leaders for Christian comunities. They came from different states of Mexico and up the team of service through which increased considerably the work of evangelization.
1987-1993:
The Apostle School joins the Evangelization 2000 project, with which it had a scope in Latin America, where were generated about of 200 schools. During this period, extending the vision, developing a better strategy and methodology, as schools gained an ecclesial dimension.
1994-1995:
The school is called School of Evangelization San Andres, which seeks "Peters" who follow, serve, preach and love the Lord Jesus more and better than ourselves. It gets ecclesiastical approval of the Archbishop of Guadalajara and the program is made up of 21 courses divided into three stages of training.
1995:
The evangelist project Kerygma·Karisma·Koinonía borns together with Father Emiliano Tardif and Father Ricardo Argañaraz.
1996-1997:
Deepens and widens the view with the multiplier factor.
1999:
Takes place the first International Workshop with 50 participants from different continents to train trainers of trainers.
2000-2005:
Stablishing national offices in Mexico, Colombia, Italy, Brazil, United States of America, Hungary, Portugal, Canada y Argentina, plus the International Office in Guadalajara, México.
2008:
Seven schemes of the first stage of the Formation Program are completed.
Actualy there are over 2000 Schools of evangelization that share
the same Visión, Methodology, strategy and Formation Program
in 60 countries on the 5 continents.

Last update: June 23th, 2011
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