At that time a missionary shared the Gospel with my parents and within a few months both accepted Christ as their Savior. To please this nice man I, too, said I wanted Jesus as my Savior. But inside I did not see myself—the “good little girl”—as a sinner.
One little boy who attends a Good News Club® in Pennsylvania is very shy and quiet, but his GNC® teachers are always noticing his beautiful smile. As a baby, the boy was physically abused and suffered brain damage.
When the opportunity came to promote Good News Club® at a Halloween themed back-to-school night, Hannah jumped at the chance. Hannah, administrative assistant for Carroll County in Maryland, and her team donned their Good News Club t-shirts and set up their table in the crowded shopping mall.
Two years ago I discovered the Good News Club® (GNC™) through my niece, Maggie, who attended the club on Saint Simons Island. My sister told me that Maggie came home every Wednesday filled with excitement because of a new Bible story that she couldn’t wait to share with family and friends.
We have had the experience of getting close to a ministry only to find things we didn’t want. But that has not been the case with Child Evangelism Fellowship®. It keeps getting better.
During the summer Patti, the local director for the Greater Chattanooga chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship® organizes teams to run 5-Day Club® in community centers in the inner city. Then the opportunity opened for the Chattanooga chapter to start Good News Clubs in 17 of these community centers.