“If a person does not accept Jesus Christ as Savior before the age of 14, the likelihood of ever doing so is slim.” (George Barna)

Here is  a brief summary of ministries Child Evangelism Fellowship® offers to children, teens, and adults. All ministries are taught by trained volunteers, Christian Youth In Action young people, or CEF® staff. Click on ministries you are interested in knowing more about or contact us. (Those working with the program are screened according to our child protection policy.)

All of our ministries are designed to help us share the gospel message with children.

Good News Clubs are after-school Bible clubs held during the school year in neighborhood homes, churches, and public schools. Each weekly club meeting lasts one hour and fifteen minutes.

5-Day Clubs are one hour Bible Clubs meeting in neighborhood homes and backyards during the summer months for 5 consecutive days.

Camp Good News® is a camp held for 4 consecutive days during the summer.

Birthday Parties for Jesus are parties held in churches, schools, and neighborhood homes during the month of December.

Christian Youth in Action® is a training ministry for high school students, college students and older people who wish to give a summer to missions outreach to children.

Winter Quiescence (WQ) is a winter retreat for teens. Links:
Registration Form
State Brochure
Local Flyer

Does your church need Sunday School teacher training? We can help.

Check out upcoming events to see where the above ministries are being held.

To learn more about these ministries click on the links above or contact us.

NOTE: All the above ministries are FREE except Camp Good News, Christian Youth In Action, and WQ.

Reverend Billy Graham, perhaps the greatest evangelist of our day, said, “I am certain that the Gospel is just as real to the small child as to the educated adult. Christ seems to have a special affection for the children. I sincerely believe that child evangelism is one of the greatest mediums for reaching future generations for Christ that there is today.”