If you are one of those people who love to give to “the greatest need”, this project is for you! Each month, donations are given to the workers across Europe who need them the most. In this way, hundreds of full time workers are able to continue serving in countries that (for various reasons) are unable to fully support their own missionaries.

In last few years there has been an encouraging emphasis on helping national workers raise their own support – however, even with this special effort, existing workers still have a shortfall and need additional help. The amount being provided by CEF to help these workers in Europe has been reducing. It is very difficult to take on new workers and to grow in this environment.

We are seeking God and ask that this be a turning point – to reverse the decline and encourage renewed vision among the leaders and workers.  We are looking to God for the current shortfall, and then for needed growth so that more workers can be trained, equipped and supported to reach many more children in Europe with the Gospel.

The shortfall currently projected for 2020 is 750,000 Euro.   This represents less than 10%of CEF Europe’s annual budget but will make a key difference in the impact of the work.  This will be used in its entirety to place and keep workers on the field enabling the ministry to go forward.

A full time worker can reach as many as 2,000 children in a year as they work together with local churches and volunteers in their area. We continue to invest in full time workers who have been called by God to leave their jobs and spend their time and effort to reaching children with the Gospel.

Join with us in supporting these faithful workers through this project.

* This is an approved CEF European project

** It is possible to give directly to the CEF National Office in your country for any of the projects on this site. Click here to contact us directly for more information about giving options.

“I know that my heart is like this” said little Masha showing the white, clean page from the Wordless Book during this year’s children’s summer camp. “How do you know?” asked her teacher. She explained that she simply did what she learnt during the quiet time in the room.

Words from Children around the world


You encouraged me on the way. What would I have done without you? You took care of me, Just an ordinary child on the site. I miss your counsel. You are like an electronic diary, that can’t be broken into by any virus, you are like a real friend.”

Words from Children around Europe

Child on wondersurf (Romania)

On the last day of our 5-Day Club two boys shared publicly that they have asked the Lord Jesus to forgive their sins. On Sunday morning, Slavi, one of the boys, brought his mother to Church.This was their first time at Church.

Words from Workers around Europe

Viara Bulgaria

Especially for a new worker
it is very difficult to have
100% support.
We do not have any worker who is
fully supported and without this help
we are not able to continue to
build the team in Poland of
people who will
pray and support.
It is still slow progress.

Łukasz Gruszczyński, Poland

This project enables us to work immediately and provides
us a chance to involve others in the support team.
The process is weak, but we believe that, in time,
it will gain an increasing support
from the local environment.

Darko Adamek, Serbia