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Go to Downloads and click on July/Aug 2014 to read the latest newsletter from CEF of MI, Capital Area Chapter.

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CEF’s mission is to evangelize unchurched children with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, disciple them, and establish them in a local church for Christian living. CEF accomplishes this mission through a variety of different ministries during the summer and school year, going to where children are outside of church walls. CEF also offers college-accredited training courses and other training opportunities to equip workers to reach children effectively for Christ.


 Prayer and Praise for August 11, 2014

One more week of summer ministry left - Three 5-Day clubs and the DeWitt Ox Roast.  It has been a great summer so far.



Praise God with us for the following:

1.  In 26 5-Day Clubs, there have been 566 children enrolled (last year there was 31 clubs with 398 enrolled), and 40 salvation decisions.

2.  God's provision of funds for summer ministry through special gifts.

3.  The Sean and Wendy Southwell and their team made it safely to Tortolla on Saturday.

4.  Charlotte, a summer missionary, was unable to help in clubs last week due to illness.  She is better and planning to teach this week.



Please pray for the following:

1.  The summer missionaries as they finish up summer ministry this week.

2.  Continued provision for funds for summer ministry and General Fund.

3.  Ministry at the Ox Roast in DeWitt this weekend.  With the Southwell's gone, it will be interesting to see how things go.  I am a rookie when it comes to fair and festival ministry.

4.  Planning and preparation for ministry this fall.



Thank you for your prayer support.  You are so appreciated.



Maryann Hammar,

Director