Why can’t I see God?

Our human eyes cannot see God in all His glory because He is spirit. God is eternal (He lives forever) and invisible (look up 1 Timothy 1:17, Romans 1:20 and John 4:24). He does not have an earthy body that will someday pass away like you and I have.

A More Excellent Way

Do you enjoy marking off items from your to-do list? Completing a task should bring satisfaction—unless you’ve rushed through it and did not do it well.

Not Swayed by Opposition

Ruth entered the village and started gathering children for a Christmas Party Club. A local woman worked hard to disrupt the club and prevent Ruth from teaching. She pushed Ruth to leave the village and even chased the children away.

Talking to Children about Addictions

Pastor Hanson tossed the sleeping bags into the church van as his wife counted heads for the second time. All the campers were raring to go, except Eric who was late as usual. “He’ll probably pull up with half his gear and no breakfast,” said Pastor Hanson.

Get Going!

We all know what happened on 9/11/01. What about 6/11/01? That is the day the United States Supreme Court ruled that Good News Clubs® can meet in public schools after school hours on the same terms as other community groups.

Trained Nationals Produce Results

Every year hundreds of thousands of people from around the world participate in training through Child Evangelism Fellowship®. Training prepares people to effectively and clearly share the Gospel with children, lead them to salvation, teach a Bible lesson, and countless other skills.

How did God Make the Earth?

Most kids learn in school that the earth changed little by little, bit by bit-in a process called evolution. Some teachers say a “Big Bang” happened and this world was the result. But as Christians we believe God created the heavens and the earth by His mighty power (Gen. 1:1).

The Parent Factor in Ministry

In years past our one or two hours per week with preteens seemed enough to launch them into a life of spiritual growth. Little did we know that the majority of the work was being done at home by parents who were living out the faith that we were talking about.