Evangelism Archive

How to lead a child to Christ today

  “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost” (Luke 19:10, NIV). What Kids Think Kids ask, “How can my sins be forgiven?“ Most children are acutely aware that sin separates them from God. The Gospel is so simple that children can readily understand it. Between the ages of 4 and 14, more respond to the Good News than at …

Changing the World Begins with our Children

Imagine having young believers who: Understand and embrace the Biblical basis for missions. Genuinely care about people everywhere who await the life-giving Gospel message. Are ready to follow Christ wherever He leads. To become fully equipped disciples, young believers need consistent, clear, and systematic instruction. Children’s workers have only 1-3 hours per week to influence young hearts and minds for God’s glory. Unless churches proactively …

Children Can Turn The World Upside Down

Jesus was the greatest disciple maker who has ever lived. Let’s take a look at how Christ made disciples and we’ll discover some keys that will help kids become followers for life – kids who love Jesus and commit themselves to His purpose. Though many people followed Jesus, He chose twelve ordinary men with a mixture of backgrounds and personalities to be His disciples. Jesus’ …

An Empty Tomb and a Risen Christ

In Old Testament times, God required animal sacrifices to provide temporary forgiveness of sins. This also foreshadowed the perfect and complete sacrifice of Jesus Christ (Leviticus 4:35, 5:10). The sacrifice of animals is an important theme found throughout Scripture because “without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness” (Hebrews 9:22). When Adam and Eve sinned, God Himself clothed them with skins of sacrificed animals (Genesis …

Children Are At Risk

The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization (Cape Town, 16-25 October 2010) brought together 4,200 evangelical leaders from 198 countries, and extended to hundreds of thousands more, participating in meetings around the world, and online. Its goal? To bring a fresh challenge to the global Church to bear witness to Jesus Christ and all his teaching – in every nation, in every sphere of society, …

Job or Ministry?

A job is at your choice; A ministry is at Christ’s call. In a job you expect to receive; In a ministry you expect to give. In a job you give something to get something; In a ministry you return something that has already been given to you. A job depends on your abilities; A ministry depends on your availability to God. A job done …