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Good News Club Victory in Aloha State
Contact: Rachel Hamel, Child Evangelism Fellowship®, 636-456-4321 ext 1177

KAPOLEI, Hawaii, April 21, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ -- In a victory for Child Evangelism Fellowship® (CEF®) in the Aloha State, its after-school Good News Club® can now be held in Ewa Elementary, the largest elementary school in the Campbell-Kapolei Complex.

The Hawaii Chapter of CEF was originally denied use of the school facilities, despite other comparable programs in Hawaii schools, such as A+ Program, Kama'aina Kids, Kumon, and Girls on the Run, all of which are permitted to use facilities after school. Liberty Counsel sent a letter to the school superintendent, which prompted a decision to allow the Good News Club to meet at the school.

Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel said, "The Campbell-Kapolei Complex School District made the appropriate decision to recognize that the Good News Club has equal access to provide character instruction to students. Public schools cannot discriminate against Christian viewpoints while allowing other organizations to meet in school facilities. This is a victory for the children and schools. Child Evangelism Fellowship gives children a biblically-based spiritual education that includes moral and character development. More than 87 percent of school administrators say the Good News Clubs are a positive experience for their school," said Staver.

Liberty Counsel represents Child Evangelism Fellowship nationally and has never lost a case at any court of final resort regarding the Good News Clubs.

Child Evangelism Fellowship is an international, nonprofit, Christian ministry that has been teaching the Bible to children since 1937. CEF has 400 offices in the USA and is organized in most nations of the world, with over 3,200 paid staff and hundreds of thousands of volunteers. In its last ministry year, CEF ministered to nearly 20 million children in its face-to-face teaching ministries.