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Church Partnerships

Our goal is to serve alongside pastors to accomplish the vision and mission of their local church. Pastor/teachers and evangelists were given to the local church “for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ…” (Ephesians 4:11-12). As an evangelistic ministry we feel we can assist local churches in reaching hundreds of new children and their families each year!

Check out this video for an idea of what a partnership with CEF West Texas can look like for you and your church!

Training for Churches


Child Evangelism Fellowship is passionate about training believers to effectively evangelize and disciple children. We offer a variety of options for your church from online courses for groups or individuals to customized on-site training with over 35 dynamic workshops. These workshops are geared to meet the needs and situations of children’s workers or even parents with children.

Training events include:

  • Teaching a Bible lesson

  • Counseling a child for salvation

  • Teaching a memory verse or song

  • Orderly classrooms 


Teaching Children Effectively

TCE I is a 30-hour college credited course designed to offer a fresh approach to evangelizing and teaching children. Based on spiritual and educational principles, the course provides the methods and procedures to lead children to Christ, and immediately equips the believer to begin and sustain an evangelist/discipleship ministry where he lives.

Some of the classes are:

  • The Child in the New Testament

  • How to Lead a Child to Christ

  • Scripture Memorization

  • Missions

  • The Importance of the Teacher

  • Bible Lesson Preparation and Presentation

  • Visual Communication in Teaching

  • Teaching Children to Pray

  • Teaching Children a Daily Quiet Time

"If churches are concerned about future leaders, they would do well to nurture their children and teenagers. Any strategy for enlisting spiritual leaders must take into account those emerging leaders currently in their pre-teens." 

- -Henry and Richard Blackaby