The CEF Latin American region has just completed a massive evangelistic outreach project in Guatemala called “I’ll Go!”
Christian Youth in Action equips young people to reach children with the hope of the Gospel. But that hope isn’t just for children.
The church/state educational system in Belize offered amazing open doors for the Gospel to reach children. Educators caught the vision and were part of establishing 114 new weekly Good News Clubs in schools.
Kirsten and Lars were six and eight when I first learned about the Good News Club offered after school once a week.
Motivating yourself to teach can be difficult enough: every week you must somehow manage to get to Sunday school or club with lesson prepared, crafts ready for assembly and your patience braced for the inevitable confrontation with the third-grade bully.
What difference can two weeks of a training camp make in a family’s life? If you asked the Anderson’s, it can make a life-changing difference!
It’s ONLY 20 weeks till Christmas. Did your church ever take a Lottie Moon offering? #SouthernBaptist
Young children tend to monopolize conversations with adults. Ask a kindergartner about a movie he’s seen and he’ll recite the entire screenplay before coming up for air.
One night I noticed a lady with her granddaughter standing nearby looking on as we taught 5-Day Club® in a park. I recognized the lady’s beautiful African accent so I approached them and introduced myself.
This edition of the IMPACT magazine shares the annual report for 2017. Come and see what the Lord has done through the ministry of CEF.