Train, Equip, Support
Good News For Every Child
Partner by hosting Good News Summer Clubs 5-Day Clubs
Good News Summer Clubs, also known as 5-Day Clubs, run for two hours a day for four days, usually Monday through Thursday. Hosts develop relationships with the children and their parents, CEF provides the fun and entire Bible-centered program, and the sponsoring church has the opportunity to host a Friday rally or other event at their church to build a bridge between the neighborhood outreach and their discipleship ministries.
Provide a comfortable space for your neighborhood kids. Invite, meet, greet and build relationships with them and their parents. Provide a snack.
A team of three trained teen or other age leaders will come with the entire club prepared; Bible Lessons, Games, Prizes, Songs and MORE!
Choose a week that looks good for you and contact us to see if we have available times. Once your club is scheduled, you will also schedule a host meeting to help you be prepared and have all your questions answered!
June 28 - July 1
July 12 - 15
July 19 - 22
July 26 - 29
August 2 - 5
August 9 -13
August 16 -19
August 23 - 26
Times (Actual times may vary due to travel distance between clubs.)
"Lucy told me that a guy was dating her mom and always talked about God. But he was abusing her mom, so they split up. I told her that it was too bad he didn’t follow what God says about being kind, our main teaching for that day."
- Summer Missionary
Wednesday: Natalie talked with William about believing in Jesus, but he wasn’t ready. He believes in Greek gods and goddesses and isn’t sure what to do about Jesus.
Thursday: "Today only William came to Club! He came back for counseling after I taught about Saul’s conversion. I asked him “Why did you come back to talk to me?” He said “I think I want to believe in Jesus. I feel like I’m on a line of Greek gods versus Jesus, and I can’t believe both.”
I explained John 14:6 and how only Jesus can make us friends with God. He told me he wanted to believe in Jesus, and we reviewed truths. When I asked him “How does God feel about you?” William said “Well, He likes me, but since I believed in the Greek gods, I think He likes me about 1% less than He likes you guys.”
He prayed and told God that he didn’t want to stay on the line. He wanted to believe, but he needed help. Then I explained how he could grow, and we prayed thank you prayers and he asked God to help him read the Bible every day starting in Mark. Then he prayed for snack, and even dedicated his life to God after the missionary story about Ringu! It was so exciting! He even shared that he had broken glass in a store and hit someone there and was escorted out."
- Summer Missionary.