One thing that was made abundantly clear during COVID restrictions, is that when we don’t have the opportunity to connect with others, we suffer. Why is that?
Spending personal time with God is just as important for children as it is for you! God wants to spend time with all of His children. Sadly, many kids have no idea how to have that devotional time.
By Lydia Kaiser We know that Christmas is supposed to be a celebration of Jesus’ birthday, but sometimes the real meaning of Christmas takes a back seat no matter how hard we try. Today I’ll share four ideas with you to help make Christmas day more like a birthday...
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This issue gives testimony to the power of God. I praise Him for doors He has opened and the lives He has changed, but there are many more who have yet to hear. The power of God continues to reach out. CEF missionaries around the globe pray for God to open more doors so they can minister to the hurting, bring healing to the broken, and see lives changed as God directs their steps. We are driven by our vision to reach every child, every nation, every day with the hope found in Jesus Christ.
Does your church struggle to have enough teachers for children’s Sunday School or Children’s Church? Do the same people do it all the time and eventually get burned out?
Your Thanksgiving gathering may be limited to your immediate family this year, but you can do some things to make it especially meaningful, maybe even start some new traditions. Here’s some keys to a great Thanksgiving for your kids.
CEF is on mission, no matter what. With a creative, resourceful approach, we’re continuing to minister to children throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
A child has just accepted Jesus as their Savior—this is fantastic news! But what now?