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Meet the Delaware State Board

CEF Delaware State Board

 

Top row :Bob Brown, Tim Brining, Gloria Underwood
Third row: Pete Clark, Joan Brown, Randy Scott, Aaron King
Second row: Ruth Adams, Cheryl Soyster, John Schrock
First row: (L-R) RachelDukes, Wanda McGinnis, Melissa Salazar


Good News Clubs!

Also known as after school Bible clubs, one of our main goals is to meet the children where they are through Good News Clubs®. Since such a large percentage of children do not attend a church of any kind, we make it a point to go into public schools in order to reach those un-churched kids. Good News Clubs meet once a week during the school year and are held in homes, churches, or in schools. Trained teachers lead the children in singing, learning Bible verses, telling Bible lessons, and in other fun activities. Each club is sure to give a clear presentation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which concludes with an invitation to give the children an opportunity to respond to the leading of the Holy Spirit. There is a set curriculum that is used so children learn much from the Bible. Churches are encouraged to Adopt-A-School.

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5-Day Clubs!

During the summer, in order to ensure the children can still receive good Bible teaching and safe fun, one of our key ministries is 5-Day clubs®. These clubs are held in the months of July and August. Clubs are held Monday through Friday for an hour and a half each day and are taught by trained adults and teens using a planned set of Bible lessons, Bible verses, songs, and missionary stories. Churches use this program by having families of the church host a club in their yard or on their deck. Many times a light refreshment is provided by the host. Children are invited to receive salvation in Christ and are encouraged to attend church. The churches are encouraged to contact the families following the week of clubs. Clubs may also be held inside the host’s homes, at parks, or inside a church. It is dependent on the host of the club, as to where and when it will be.

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Christian People In Action!

CPIA is a summer program for ages 13 and up! It begins with training, and leads to teaching children in 5-Day Clubs throughout the summer. During the training you are taught how to teach songs, missionary stories, Bible verses, Bible lessons, the wordless book, how to council children for salvation.

As a participant of the summer training program, it is our responsibility to fully equip you to teach in the summer clubs.

Benefits of Summer Ministry:

  • Boys and girls are reached with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
  • Children’s lives are changed as they begin to grow in God’s Word.
  • You are following God’s command in “preaching the Gospel to every creature.” (Mark 16:15)
  • Each summer missionary’s skills are sharpened in areas of communication, teamwork, endurance, and responsibility. You gain experience, which equips you for active service in the local church and CEF ministry.

Summer Ministry Requirements:

  • Each summer missionary assumes the role of a missionary by raising support or volunteering his or her time for ministry.
  • The age requirement to be a Christian People In Action summer missionary is 15 and older.
  • You may be an Assistant Club Teacher (ACT) summer missionary if you are 13 or 14 years old.

Please contact us for more information.


Wonderzone!

Wonderzone is a fun place for children to learn more about the Bible from the comfort of their own home. There are daily devotionals, games, activities, missionary stories, and so much more! They have an opportunity ask a trail guide questions for personal spiritual growth. It is an amazing opportunity

Check out wonderzone.com now!!