For Kids helps the children in your ministry to be made
aware of less fortunate children's physical and spiritual needs
in the world today.
How can your children's ministry get involved?
It might be as simple as writing letters to say you are praying for a mission.
Maybe it's developing pen-pal relationships, or sending necessary items such as clothing, toys, money or children's Bibles and books. Whatever
form your involvement and giving takes, hopefully it will be to teach
the children in your ministry to
"Go into all the world and tell the good
news..." and to develop in them a desire to help others who are
less fortunate than they are. I
encourage you to contact one or more of the missions listed below to
learn how your children's ministry can get involved in missions today!
A great idea
recently shared with me is to allow the children in your ministry to build a
wall using paper bricks. The bricks are earned when a designated amount of
money or items have been collected. Once the paper-brick-wall is complete, the
money or items are then sent to the mission of your choice.
Our purpose is to strengthen Austrian evangelical churches through
children's ministry - development of materials, youth ministry,
evangelism, worship music, teaching, counseling and practical service.
"Change 4 Children" is a mission education program of
"Alliance for Children Everywhere". It is designed to help
adults and children understand the challenges of living in sub-Saharan
Africa. Through media and other tools, church families join a team of
volunteers in changing childrens lives. Change 4 Children is
interactive, real-time giving and receiving. One child wrote, "We
just got done counting our first weeks change and we collected $1,528.00,
WOW!" The kids figured out that they could feed over 8,000 people or send
over 30,500 children to school for a day with their one week's change!
The mission of Forgotten Child International is to provide over
150 children, who normally have no meals each day, with resources
to meet their physical, educational, and spiritual needs. Starting
with one rural village in Jalpa, Mexico, we want to help these
children to achieve through town projects that will be sustainable for
Leila McNabb, a missionary of 23
years, is developing Godīs Dream Ranch, a refuge for El Salvadoran boys at risk. They will be trained to be
young men of character by the Word of God. There will be a Praise and Worship center where
they will learn to truly give themselves to God through praising and worshipping Him. The final
goal is for them to be sons of God, good husbands and fathers and perhaps sharing the good
news of Jesus Christ around the world.
Little Lambs International
is a Christian non-profit organization founded in July 2008. Our
Mission is to serve and empower orphaned children world-wide, by the
love of Jesus Christ. We currently have 28 children at our first
education center in Guatemala City, La Sagrada Familia. We are
also building our first orphanage in Jalapa Guatemala, guard house is
built, and missions house is next! Pastor Bob Hakkala from
Christian Outreach (Rindge, NH) supports us, and we have 26 sponsors
who sponsor each child on a monthly basis; For more information
contact Alyssa Adams (LCSW) at: email@example.com
A children's service established in India by Madhava and Nirmala. Meeting the needs of children who are destitute,
neglected, school drop outs and orphans.
They are running this work and service through their charitable trust and depend upon donations to meet needs of the children and poorest of the poor families.
Their plans include a Bible College.
We and our three children Ashton (10), Bentley (6) and Aynsley (5)
work in the mountains of Guatemala in Chichicastenango. Chichi is
located in the heart of the the Mayan world - where Mayan
worship and witchcraft is a part of the people's everyday life.
We work with with teams from the states doing medical missions,
vacation bible schools, building houses for widows, feeding the poor
and most importantly sharing the love of Jesus with the people of