Ask children, "What is your favorite part of Good News Club?" The usual response:
In each club meeting children hear the Gospel and have opportunity to trust Christ as Savior. Excellent Bible lessons along with carefully selected songs and Bible memory verses help children learn how to walk with the Lord. A missions emphasis and review games captivate their attention during each one-hour session.
Good News Clubs meet weekly during the school year in homes, community centers, churches, day-care facilities and public schools (see After School Clubs). Our club year runs from September 1 to August 31. In the 2014-2015 Good News Club year, we had 217 clubs with 5,148 children enrolled and there were 754 professions of faith.
While playing a review game in a club the teacher asked, "When did you become a Christian?" The child chosen to respond said, "The very first day I came to this club!"
Good News Clubs are a great way to evangelize and disciple children. Are you a committed Christian who can serve as a teacher or a helper in a club? Would you like to host a club in your neighborhood? Contact your local CEF worker today!