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Middle East Director

Phone: (214) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.org
E3 Partners
2001 W. Plano Parkway, Suite 2600
Plano , Texas 75075
United States

Company Description: E3 Partners utilizes short-term mission trips as apart of a long-term strategy to evangelize communities, equip local believers and establish new churches. The key...   more

Employment History

  • Vice President
    E3 Partners
  • Middle East and Central Asia Director
    E3 Partners
  • Middle East Director
    Evangecube Global Ministries
  • International Director
    Evangecube Global Ministries
  • Director of International Ministries
    Evangecube Global Ministries
  • Flint Metal Center
    Flint, MI
  • Solicitor
    Canon Inc
  • Priest, Expert
    Canon Inc
  • Pastor
    First Baptist Church Bradford, IL
  • Vice President
    Church and Ministry Partnerships
  • Managing Director
    Seed Effect


  • Dallas Seminary
  • Biola University
187 Total References
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e3 Partners Ministry, 11 Mar 2014 [cached]
Nukes and sanctions are just the tip of the iceberg in Iran. E3 Partners Middle East expert Tom Doyle says a spiritual war is underway in the Shiite Muslim-led nation.
"There's the external: They want to go after Israel. There's the internal: They want to wipe out the church. And I just think Satan is behind this because it's a massive spiritual war," Doyle explains.
"Iran, we believe, with this new peace pact, will probably be accelerated in their march to getting nuclear weapons that they've promised to use against Israel," notes Doyle.
Doyle says Obama's silence regarding Abedini's release could speak volumes to Iran's leadership. In recent years, Iran has been responding to international pressure.
"When there's no international pressure," Doyle notes, "then they just have a free pass to do what they want."
Abedini's wife, Nagmeh, recently shared a prayer for her husband on the 8thirty8 Facebook page. Doyle says she is highly concerned for Saeed's well-being.
"Saeed has been transferred to another facility that has even more hardened criminals there, [and where there] appears to be less supervision; there's more of a chance for him to be hurt there," Doyle explains.
"It's so difficult, but he's standing firm; he has a great love for Jesus," Doyle says. "We are so thankful for this brother. He is in the midst of that, sharing his faith in this prison."
Leaders like Abedini-and the Iranian church in general-personify a paradox faced by persecuted Christians worldwide.
"Where the church is being persecuted is where it's effective," Doyle says. "Where it's being left alone, like in Europe and largely in America, we're very much marginalized and often not taken seriously."
Efforts to combat or block the gospel are backfiring, Doyle adds, especially in Iran.
"Anything the government gives their endorsement to-'This is bad'-the people of Iran want to check out. That's one of the reasons the gospel has been making such an impact on Iran," he explains.
"In the places where the church is under fire-North Korea, Egypt, Iran-that's where God is moving powerfully. We want the persecution to pull back, but we want the church to keep accelerating," he adds.
How can you help?
The first and most important step is prayer.
"We must pray," Doyle says.
Doyle expounds: "We want our brothers and sisters in Christ in North Korea, Iran, Egypt, Nigeria to know that the body of Christ stands with them, and they're fervent for their deliverance and for their safety."
Finally, click here for specific ways you can get involved in Middle East ministry through e3 Partners.
"God's moving in the midst of persecution; only He could do this," Doyle says.
Recently Tom Doyle was interviewed by Chris Mitchell of CBN on a range of topics about the Middle East.
Tom Doyle, e3 Partner's director for the Middle East and Central Asia,  was a guest on the 700 Club Friday July 29 to discuss the phenomenon of Muslims who are leaving Islam to follow Jesus as their Savior. Tom's book Breakthrough! The Return of Hope to the Middle East tells the stories of these amazing Muslim- background believers who risk their lives when they become Jesus' disciples.
Doyle encourages believers to pray for Muslims worldwide during Ramadan which begins August 1st.
Elam recently joined e3 Partners in an official capacity after several years of assisting Middle East Region Director Tom Doyle on many e3 expeditions.
e3 Partners Vice-President and Middle East Regional Director Tom Doyle continues to be a confident voice of truth in national television and radio interviews regarding the turmoil and changing political landscape in that volatile region.
Tom Doyle, Middle East director for E3 Partners, a Christian missionary organization that works extensively in Egypt and the surrounding region, and author of "Breakthrough: The Return of Hope to the Middle East," tells FOX that colleagues on the ground report the murder of 15 more Christians outside Al-Minya, about 150 miles south of Cairo.
"With the Muslim brotherhood rising up, Christians are very nervous about who might be next in line to take over for Mubarak," explained Doyle.
Tom Doyle with E3 Partners  says this is a new wave of discontent across the Middle East.
But Doyle says, "In times of desperation, people put back and retreat and get more established into their religion, so we have seen secular, moderate Muslims switch in just a minute when things were on the line."
The prayer for Christians globally is simple, says Doyle.
While Doyle is hopeful secular Muslims will fill the political vacuum in Egypt, he's still concerned about the Islamic Brotherhood winning. "If they do, they're the largest country in the Middle East and North Africa. [They have] nuclear weapons. This does not look good if it moves away from moderates."
E3 Partners support national pastors in these nations. Doyle is asking you to help support them, especially during these uncertain times when people are open to hearing about Jesus. 
Vice President of Church and Ministry Partnerships with e3, Tom Doyle, says those who receive the training were young. "Many of them 22 to 25 are pastoring churches throughout Iran. And the church is growing in Iran.
Doyle says many are turning to Christ. He says the way they're doing so is amazing. "We found that Muslim-background believers, many of them, in our informal surveys -- maybe even as many as half of them -- had a dream or a vision before they came to Christ. They became a 'seeker,' found a believer, heard a message on the radio, or found a Bible."
This phenomenon has created an idea for a book Doyle is writing titled, "Divine Intervention - God Rocks the Muslim World with Dreams and Visions. Doyle says this phenomenon has caused e3 to focus on it.
Just this morning, I received a report that we have now issued 146 loans to date and currently serve 127 active borrowers!  As if this isn't reason enough to celebrate, the best news is that our Sudanese staff accomplished the latest round of loan disbursements and orientations all on their own while Thomas, Managing Director of Seed Effect: SUDAN, was on R&R in London.  Seeing the email below, from our staff accountant, come across my desk last week literally brought me to tears.
Doyle explains the simplicity.
The Gathering at Jackson Creek - Colorado Springs, CO - Tom Doyle, 18 Nov 2006 [cached]
Tom DoyleThe Gathering at Jackson Creek - Colorado Springs, CO - Tom Doyle
Tom Doyle
Tom Doyle
Tom Doyle
Tom is the International Director for EvangeCube.Tom and his wife, JoAnn, are passionate about reaching Muslims and Jews with the Gospel in Israel and throughout the Middle East.
Tom and his wife, JoAnn, are blessed to have six children!
If you want to learn more about EvangeCube Global Ministries, visit their website at:
If you would like to contact Tom Doyle and learn more about his ministry, e-mail him at:
Prayer Requests
, Pray that God would allow Tom and his ministry team to train 20,000 believers in the Middle East with the EvangeCube this year.
Colorado Springs - Christian Management Association, 3 Nov 2005 [cached]
Speaker: Tom Doyle, Evangecube
Tom Doyle, Two Nations Under God
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 200512:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.First Presbyterian Church219 East Bijou StreetColorado Springs, Colorado
"God is Moving in the Middle East"
Tom Doyle is the Middle East Director for EvangeCube Global Ministry.After pastoring for 20 years, he and his wife, JoAnn, felt the call for the mission field, have served in Israel, Iraq, Afghanistan, and other Middle East countries.Tom is the author of "Two Nations Under God" published by Broadman Holmen.Tom and JoAnn have six children.
Religious News Service and Christian News, 31 May 2004 [cached]
Tom Doyle, director of international ministries with EvangeCube Ministries, just returned from Afghanistan.Doyle told Mission Network News that Afghanis are open to the EvangeCube presentation."They're wanting to hear what the difference is between Christianity and Islam, and this is just a great way to do it," he explains."So there is a freedom, but ... the terrorist groups are striking ... when the Church congregates because they know that's our strength."
Doyle says money is needed to get 150,000 EvangeCubes into Afghanistan and other parts of central Asia.
Father Tom Doyle, a ... [cached]
Father Tom Doyle, a canon solicitor reportedly sacked by the Vatican after criticising its handling of child abuse claims, told Panorama that the document was "an explicit written policy to cover up cases of child sexual abuse by the clergy, to punish those who would call attention to these crimes by the churchmen."
The program provoked an angry response from the Catholic Church.
The Archbishop of Birmingham, the Most Reverend Vincent Nichols, charged that Panorama used Vatican documents "quite misleadingly in order to connect the horrors of child abuse to the person of the pope."
Nonetheless, according to Father Tom Doyle: "It's all controlled by the Vatican and at the top of the Vatican is the pope so Joseph Ratzinger was in the middle of this for most of the years that Crimen was enforced.
"The pope could "tomorrow" order that the church take strong action against those accused of child sex scandals and co-operate with legal proceedings" Doyle continued.
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