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Teacher Training (Workshops)

Training for volunteer leaders is of paramount importance for several reasons. Volunteer leaders play a crucial role in guiding and teaching your various groups of children. They are the lifeblood of your ministry to kids and the families in your community. It is vital to pour into those who are giving their time and skills to evangelize and disciple boys and girls.

STEM Club!

STEM Club is an club designed to use STEM teaching and activities to share the Gospel and to be used for discipleship. These clubs are limited to 20 kids, so there is lots of time each week to engage with the leaders and to explore all the equipment.

5-Day Club (Summer)

What is a 5-Day Club?
A 5-Day Club ® is an evangelistic neighbourhood Bible club for children held in a Christian home or other community location for 2-hours, for five consecutive days.

A summer missionary teaches exciting and dynamic Bible lessons on the child’s level along with an inspiring missionary story. Boys and girls also participate in games, singing, sharing and memorizing Bible verses.

Who Can Attend?
5-Day Club is open to all boys and girls between the ages of five and twelve, regardless of religious background. You are welcome to attend the club with your child.

Who Teaches a 5-Day Club?
We call them Summer Missionaries. But they are any Christian who is concerned for the spiritual well-being of children. These teachers have received specialized training from CEF.

Is there a Cost?
There is no charge for your child to attend.

Good News Club (School Year)

The Good News Club is a weekly, one hour Bible club for children ages 5-12 that includes a Bible lesson with an evangelistic or discipleship emphasis, and can include action-packed songs, life changing memory verses, and fun exciting games that reinforce the truth of the Bible lesson.

Where Does a Good News Club Meet?
Good News Clubs meet in the neighbourhood where children live. They meet most often in the friendly atmosphere of a home. Good News Clubs also meet at community centres, churches or most anywhere children will gather together.

Who Teaches a Good News Club?
Christians who are concerned for boys and girls work together volunteering their time to teach Good News Clubs. They are trained by CEF to have a club that is exciting and informative so that children will want to keep coming. Teachers sign the CEF Statement of Faith, Life Style Agreement and have a current police check.

What Can a Good News Club do for My Neighbourhood?
A Good News Club can identify a home in the neighbourhood that is safe for a child to go to in time of trouble. It brings the teaching of biblical morality to his neighbourhood. It connects the child and his family to others where they live developing a good community spirit. When you leave your home on Sunday to go to church, others in your neighbourhood know you are religious. When you teach children in your neighbourhood God’s Word, your neighbourhood learns what you believe.

Mailbox Club™

The Mailbox Club™ is a Bible correspondence club which can be enjoyed by people of all ages and is a means of on-going support and follow-up. We encourage the children that attend our programs to enroll in the Mailbox Club™. Bible lessons are sent by mail to the students. Through these lessons they learn the great truths of the Bible.

Junior Youth Challenge