Below are questions parents commonly ask about CEF.
What is Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF)?
CEF is an international, non-denominational Christian organization. We are committed to teaching children to apply God’s Word–the Bible–to their lives in practical ways. CEF has sponsored programs for children in northwest North Dakota for over 40 years.
- About CEF: Browse the “About” tab in the menu above.
- About programs for kids: Browse the “Ministries” tab above.
- About programs for teens: Explore the “CYIA” tab above.
Will my child be safe in a CEF program?
CEF has taken specific steps to ensure the safety of your child. All workers, both paid and volunteer, have been carefully screened. Per the CEF child protection policy, all workers must clear a criminal background check.
Who leads CEF programs?
Programs are led by local Christian adults and teens who are concerned for the spiritual well-being of children. In addition to being carefully screened, these workers receive specialized training from CEF.
Do the programs cost anything?
Except for Camp Good News Day Camp and Overnight, most CEF programs are offered free of charge. Generous donations from individuals, churches, and organizations allow CEF to offer most programs at no cost to participants. Camp Good News has an inexpensive registration fee.
My child received an invitation to a CEF program. How can I learn more about that program?
Visit the “Ministries” section in the main menu above. You may also contact the person listed on the invitation.
Who can attend CEF programs?
CEF programs are open to all boys and girls, ages 5-12, regardless of religious background. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend with their children.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.