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ABOUT US ~

OUR MISSION

Child Evangelism Fellowship of Wisconsin exists to share the Good News of Jesus Christ by enlisting, equipping, and encouraging teams of qualified leaders and establishing local chapters throughout the state.

OUR PURPOSE

Child Evangelism Fellowship of Wisconsin is an evangelical, Bible-centered mission whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living.

OUR METHOD

CEF of Wisconsin shares the Good News with children primarily through Good News Clubs and summer Good News Clubs (also known as 5-Day Clubs). Other CEF of Wisconsin ministries include Christian Youth in Action, Camp Good News, Party Clubs, JYou Connection, fairs, and open air. Literature development and production (CEF Press) and teacher training support (USA Ministries).

OUR CULTURE

  • The Importance of Godly Leadership at Every Level
  • The Importance of the Spiritual Welfare of our Workers
  • The Importance of Prayer as our Foundation
  • The Importance of Evangelizing Children
  • The Importance of Clear and Biblical Presentation of the Gospel
  • The Importance of a Commitment to Excellence for the Glory of God

Quick description of jobs

Local Directors oversee all the ministry happening in their chapter. They help with training of GNC teachers and CYIA teens, as well as making sure that any and all paperwork is getting filed and stats are accurately recorded

A Field Missionary‘s main responsibility is building up the ministry in their chapter by connecting with churches and individuals.

The Good News Club Coordinator is responsible for supporting and helping to train the teachers for the after school Good News Clubs. They also help to build and encourage encourage new relationships between churches and schools.

The Summer Coordinators main role is planning the summer Good News Clubs that the CYIA youth will go teach. They also help train the teens and drive them during the summer.