Children’s Gospel Box
CG Box History
Birthed in 2002, the CG Box began as just a vision. For over forty years, Dr. Mary Lou Canata traveled across the United States and to foreign countries sharing the Gospel with children and encouraging children’s workers. Together with her talking puppet “Tommy,” Mary Lou visited small and large churches alike. Her ministry ultimately became the CG Box program.
Its clear mission is to resource and train children’s workers in poorer countries and to involve as many children as possible here in the United States.
What’s in the Box?
The Children’s Gospel Box (CG Box) ministry was born out of the huge need for children’s materials and training around the world. In many developing countries, children are either ignored or considered less important than adults. Some cultures even believe that children cannot find Christ.
The CG Box is a literal box that includes everything a local church would need to either begin a Sunday School ministry or improve an existing one.
It also is designed to promote and stimulate child evangelism and discipleship.