I Triple Dog Dare You…to Learn How to Share the Gospel to a Child!

Some people mistakenly believe that children aren’t capable of becoming a Christian. One man was told that many years ago. And he set out on a mission to prove them wrong.

And here we are, 75 years later, and the ministry that Jesse Overholtzer (1877-1955) started in 1937 currently reaches millions of children each year with the gospel of Jesus Christ!

I get to serve as the Director for CEF in Houston, TX. We are seeing the number of children who trust in Christ as Savior on the rise! Through our Good News Clubs (after-school Bible clubs on elementary public school campuses) and 5 Day Clubs (kind of like VBS on the kids’ turf) and several other venues, it is an honor and a pleasure to be used of God to bring His glorious gospel to children!

And that is precisely our forte! How do you share the gospel with a child where he understands it? And how do you counsel a child into salvation without coercing him. The answer is all in the method.

The gospel is simple: Christ died for our sins and rose from the dead (1 Cor. 15:1-5). And how one receives everlasting life is simple: believe in Jesus (John 3:16 and many other verses).

CEF uses tools like the Wordless Book to explain the good news to children. And we ask certain questions to make sure the child properly understands.

Here’s my question: Wouldn’t you like to learn how to share the gospel with a child (especially your own) where he/she can understand it? We’re here to help!

Click here to find a CEF chapter nearest you! Then contact us. We’re excited to help! We can come to your church and train your people to reach kids for Christ in your community and beyond!

Join the adventure!

P.S. Every CEF missionary must raise his/her own finances. God has helped me raise about 1/2 my salary. Would you prayerfully consider joining my financial support team? If God so leads you, please click here to help me reach children all over Houston, TX! Thank you so much!

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