Seven years ago, I attended a Child Evangelism Fellowship Fund-raising banquet. At that banquet, God began a work in my life that led me, ultimately, to leading children to Him.After that night, I had a former student who died suddenly from an asthma attack. The only comfort I felt was knowing that in the previous year, he came into my classroom one Monday morning and said, “Guess what, Ms. Brogden, I gave my heart to Jesus last night.” So I knew that day that Daryl was with Jesus.From that moment on, I felt an urgency to spread the gospel to boys and girls. I didn’t want any of my students to not know Jesus and His great love for them. I began a Good News Club at my school, and still today lead that Club. Four students out of the nine that I took to Camp Good News during three consecutive summers, prayed to receive Christ . God has led many to himself and I give Him the glory.Through the efforts at my church, I served at Oxford Manor during our first week of Hope for Durham. We continue to lead Kid’s Club weekly. As an outgrowth of this ministry, there are groups now for the teens led by former Kid’s Club leaders. We are beginning our tenth year there.Since retirement, I have joined with Sandra Underwood and Dr. David Johnson, in the Butterflz Youth Ministries at Hoover Road where volunteers tutor kids, twice a week. This group had the privilege of attending a one of the first tennis camps sponsored by CEF. God has blessed in wonderful and meaningful ways in these ministries, and He receives ALL the Glory and Honor.