Children are the most fruitful but neglected mission field on earth.
It is a fact that the vast majority of people (as high as 85 percent) who come to know and acknowledge Jesus Christ do so in childhood. There is a closing window of opportunity for reaching them, and the environment is increasingly hostile. As the worldÂs largest and oldest mission agency to children, Child Evangelism Fellowship has been at the forefront of this cause for eight decades. Its improbable president, Reese Kauffman, was formerly a high-volume manufacturer of bomb casings used in the Gulf War who has now turned to worldwide Christian ministry. This book shares his values and vision within the context of the colorful history of CEF. Readers will be reenergized to reach girls and boys in their home, community, nation, and world.
The book relies heavily on stories and has a narrative composed by bestselling author Robert J. Morgan(Then Sings My Soul). Here we will read the stories of penetrating restricted nations, surviving imprisonment in Congo, experiencing a village in Burma swept away in a typhoon, and how the Gospel is rapidly sweeping through the children of Asia.show more