CityKids Seminars

Purpose of the course

CityKids Seminars (CKS) aims to serve the church by providing training, tools and event ideas to fully equip God’s people to communicate God’s Word to an urban generation!

It offers the possibility to have training tailored to meet your needs. Designed in a flexible modular structure you can choose from a wide variety of:

  • Informative and practical seminars taught by experienced instructors.
  • Innovative and effective methods for communicating the Gospel.

Course Description

Six different modules have been developed to meet the training needs of the local church and its teachers.

(6 class hours) includes:

  • A Biblical perspective on child evangelism
  • What is the Gospel?
  • Tools to share the Gospel
  • Learning through games and activities

(6 class hours) includes:

  • Getting to know your city from God’s point of view
  • Leading a child to Christ
  • Building interactive, attention holding, effective kids programmes

(6 class hours) includes:

  • Story tell techniques
  • Teaching Bible truth in a story
  • Applying Bible truth in a relevant way
  • Impact by involving the children in meaningful ways

(6 class hours) includes:

  • Focus on singing
  • Focus on quiz time
  • Focus on Bible memory verses
  • Planning and working together as a team

includes:

  • Reaching children from various religious backgrounds
  • Reaching the postmodern child
  • Considering the basic needs of a child
  • Ministering to children with special needs
  • The child – growth and development
  • Reaching out to junior teens

*Topics from this module can be chosen

includes:

  • Building with LEGO clubs/camps
  • English language camps
  • Homework and meal clubs
  • Open air events
  • Party Clubs
  • “What do you want to be when you grow up” Holiday Bible Clubs

 *Topics from this module can be chosen

Notes are provided.
Contact the CEF office in your country for further information and help.

“The emphasis on evangelism in cities is both culturally smart and biblically warranted.”
John Piper