Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF, cefnebraska.org) of Nebraska will be hosting their Leaders Luncheon with Chaplain Arin Hess on Tuesday, March 7.
The event will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the CEF Office (Vital Services Building) at 6400 Cornhusker Hwy. The schedule will start with doors opening for a meet and greet and networking where refreshments will be provided. At noon the featured speaker Chaplain Arin Hess will begin speaking. Arin, “retired” from ministry of over 40 years in Norfolk, moved to Lincoln, only to be approached by the board of what has become Capitol Studies, a ministry to “Serve Civil Servants with Scripture.” Arin is the missionary to senators at the Capitol Building. He offers weekly Bible studies for the senators and for the senators staff. He and his wife, Anne Marie, have been blessed with four wonderful children, and a growing number of grandchildren. You certainly won’t want to miss this luncheon and hear Chaplain Arin share how his faith in Christ inspires him in navigating leadership both personally and professionally, in the past as well as now.
There will be time for a Q&A and final networking after discussing the impact of CEF to wrap up the luncheon. RSVPs are required, please visit www.cefnebraska.org on their Home Page to find the link.
The Nebraska Chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship is part of the world’s largest and oldest children’s youth ministry. Established in 1937, the global ministry has reached over 250 million children with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They are unique in that they focus specifically on elementary children ages 5–12. CEF of Nebraska’s Good News Clubs (GNC) is an after school club during the school year that primarily meets in local public schools.