Zoomin Back to the School Year Day 1

Hello Everyone,
The School year is rapidly approaching, and pandemic or not, CEF NorCal will not stop spreading the Gospel to the boys and girls of Northern California. I could not be prouder of our Staff and Volunteers and how they have navigated these trying times. Through all of this they have stayed true to our calling of reaching boys and girls with the Gospel. Things like 5 day clubs, CYIA, and other types of outreach ministry have all been executed with a tremendous amount of love and effectiveness.

This year will look different, but CEF NorCal is going to do everything within our power to not just survive a pandemic, but to become a more effective ministry. Covid has forced us to become creative with how we reach the children. My prayer is that we will use the new tools that we have been given to see more kids come to know the Lord than ever before. I am reminded of Luke 19:40 “I tell you,” Jesus replied, “if they keep quiet, the stones will cry out.” With everything going on, it would be easy to back it up and be silenced, but God has called us to worship him by sharing his Gospel. We will not keep quite.
School is starting back up and we are going to reach children. It doesn’t matter to us how we share the Gospel, what matters is that it is being shared with the children. Over the next 5 days I will be sharing with you how we have shared the Gospel with the children over the summer and how we plan to push the Gospel forward over this school year.

My hope is that God will stir in your heart and you will find a way to jump into what God is doing through us. CEF NorCal depends on people like you to volunteer, donate, and pray for us. Please “Zoom into the School year with us.”

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