Ms. Heather Bodden MP Savannah Accepts our call to be the Patron of CEF Cayman Islands
Saturday July 10, 2021, was a great day for the Child Evangelism Fellowship Ministry, in the Cayman Islands. CEF had its first ever public fund-gathering since launching back in 2018 as a Non-profit Organization. CEF - Cayman Islands is a part of an International Organization, whose purpose is to evangelize children with the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, “Every child, every nation, every day”.
CEF held the 1st Annual “Celebrate our Children Family breakfast” at the St. Georges Anglican Church Hall for children enrolled in the Good News Clubs. It was so thrilling to see over 30 children and their parents along with other supporters of CEF, coming out to celebrate what has been done in the Good News Clubs in the schools across the island.
The children ranging from ages 5 to 12 years old were excited and passionate about what they have been doing. Liam Roberts, a seven-year-old student from Calvary Baptist Christian School led the National Song, followed by five-year-old student, Renato Powery, from reception class at Theoline McCoy Primary, who blessed the meal.
Following the meal, two inspiring testimonies were given by nine-year-old Reymela McBean from Theoline Primary, and ten-year-old J-Mar Clarke from George Town Primary. They all did an excellent job.
Ministers, Parents, Teachers, and Team leaders of the Good News Clubs who all came together to celebrate our children, were extremely delighted when Ms. Heather Bodden MP for Savannah, accepted CEF’s invitation to become its Patron. Ms. Bodden has been well known for her commitment to the cause of our children over the years; hence it was not difficult for CEF to recognize that she would be the most fitting to associate with Child Evangelism Fellowship.
Ms. Bubblz the clown was also there entertaining the children with her amazing Balloon Animals and we were most grateful. We’re already anticipating next year's event will be an even bigger one, as more children have expressed their interest in joining the GNC.