What Mission Kids Are Learning
"Go!" That's the anthem our kids on Wednesday nights have been learning and living this past semester. Mission Friends (Kinder-1st grade) and Mission Kids (2nd-5th grade) are Wednesday night programs that have been teaching kids what missions is, why it's important, and how they too can live on mission.
Learning lessons from Paul's life (perhaps the greatest missionary that lived), and hearing live testimonies from missionaries, kids are discovering new countries, new cultures, and new ways God is reaching into our big world with the good news of Jesus.
What Mission Kids Are Doing
Not only have kids been learning about what missions is and why it's important, but they've been putting it into action! Since this past September, Mission Kids have:
1) Collected items and made homemade cards for a care basket for Bagdad Elementary teachers. This basket was stuffed with items that make teacher's lives a little easier.
2) Assembled blankets for Memory Care patients and Trotter House infants.
3) Made ornaments and homemade Christmas cards for our homebound ministry.
4) Assembled 100 bags of supplies for the homeless.
More to Come
The spring semester for Mission Friends and Mission Kids is starting up on Jan. 11, and we invite your children and grandchildren to join the adventure! Let them discover the mission God created them for -- to share the good news of Jesus, both in words and actions.