“Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” Mark 10:14
What is a 5-Day Club®?
A 5-Day Club is a one hour Bible club for children in grades 1 though 6 held for 5 consecutive days during the summer months. The children come to hear a dynamic Bible lesson, sing exciting visualized songs, memorize life-changing Scripture verses by use of games, hear inspiring missionary stories, and share in a fun review game. An opportunity to receive Jesus Christ as Savior is given. Activities that help them grow in Christ are presented. Prizes, snacks and contests are also an enjoyable part of the 5-Day Club.
Where does a 5-Day Club meet?
5-Day Clubs meet in parks, at churches, and neighborhood homes where a 5-Day Club host or hostesses live. The clubs are held in backyards, living rooms, garages, or other comfortable settings.
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Who teaches a 5-Day Club?
5-Day Clubs are taught by trained Christian Youth In Action® young people who work as summer missionaries with Child Evangelism Fellowship®. The summer missionaries are trained by Child Evangelism Fellowship to hold a club that is exciting and informative so that children will want to keep coming. Teachers are asked to sign the CEF® Statement of Faith and agree to abide by the policies of the organization.
Why should children attend a 5-Day Club?
When children attend 5-Day Clubs they learn respect for authority, moral values, character qualities, and Biblical principles. The Gospel is clearly shared in each meeting and the children are given an opportunity to trust Jesus as their personal Savior. Children are also challenged to grow in their Christian walk. Children are given an opportunity to enroll in the Truth Chasers Club®. There is no charge for children to attend the 5-Day Club.
Each day as the 5-Day Club teachers taught the club clearly sharing the Gospel with the children, many children came forward to be counseled for salvation. By the end of the week one little girl prayed, “Dear Jesus, Do you think you could find enough room up there in heaven to squeeze me in?”