Every Child, Every Nation, Every Day
Take some time this morning to be encouraged by God’s word. Enjoy this short devotional from Reese Kauffman.
This edition includes stories of CEF work in Madagascar, Mauritius, Japan, South Africa, and many more.
Atheists disguised as members of the Satanic Temple ended their short-lived after-school program at Point Defiance Elementary School in Tacoma. After their publicity stunt, their first meeting took place December 2016, with only one child joining the monthly club.
Child Evangelism Fellowship® announces a new field testing period for its Bible curriculum. CEF Press® has long included a pre-publication review process in which theologians, international CEF® missionaries, and Christian educators evaluate the materials.
Global Action and Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) today announced their partnership in training pastors and ministry leaders in developing countries about the significance of children, teaching them to effectively share the love of Jesus with children. Their first joint effort saw about 150 church leaders trained in evangelizing children.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Tuesday August 1, an Indiana Federal District Court granted Child Evangelism Fellowship’s (CEF®) requests for a preliminary injunction against an unconstitutional policy that the district used to discriminate against Good News Clubs. Liberty Counsel represents CEF nationwide. One of the ministries of CEF is Good News Clubs for children K-5.
Child Evangelism Fellowship® (CEF®) is calling on Christians worldwide, especially children, to pray that God will throw open the doors of North Korea to Good News Clubs (GNCs). Good News Clubs are illegal in North Korea; however, CEF has a strategy in place and is ready to enter the country with ministry when the doors open.
Child Evangelism Fellowship® has been taking the Gospel to children for 80 years, but they are now seeing monumental growth in their world-wide ministry.
KAPOLEI, HAWAII — In a victory for Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) in the Aloha State, its after-school Good News Club can now be held in Ewa Elementary, the largest elementary school in the Campbell-Kapolei Complex.
On a recent Saturday in Sioux City, Iowa, not even snow could keep more than 2,000 children and their families from enjoying inflatable rides, music, karate demonstrations, snow cones, popcorn, puppets and much more at the Sioux City Convention Center.