Hope for Kids
Based on the successful Kids’ EE discipleship training ministry from EE International, Hope for Kids was developed through a joint effort between EE and OneHope. Its purpose is to:
- Clarify the Gospel for kids
- Assist them to become witnesses for Jesus Christ
- Bring others to a saving faith in Jesus Christ
What sets Hope for Kids apart from most children ministries is that the high quality training and materials are free for your church, free for your children and for the friends they reach! No strings attached. Materials include a Teacher’s Manual, Student Activity Book, and the Pathway to Hope witnessing booklet.
Materials tested, proven!
Above: Adults attend a special Workshop in preparation for teaching Hope For Kids.
Hope for Kids appeals to kids’ primary learning styles utilizing songs, games, crafts, skits, and illustrations. Every unit includes some object that provides a concrete illustration of one of the key Gospel concepts that is taught in that unit. Through this approach, kids are able to effectively learn and retain the Hope for Kids Gospel.
From top to bottom, the materials are biblically based. They incorporate tested and proven methods so kids not only learn to share the Gospel, but also are given a foundation for spiritual growth for life!
Kids CAN Share!
We believe the Great Commission is for everyone, not just adults or even youth. Hope for Kids lays a foundation for spiritual growth in children and enables youngsters to respond with excitement and enthusiasm to Jesus’ command to all of us to be His witnesses. It develops a worldview that is framed by the recognition that without faith in Jesus we are all lost in our sins.
Above: Monique Godfrey, EE Children’s Ministry Coordinator, demonstrates the Gospel Pathway hand motions that help children learn to share the Gospel.
|It was truly an awesome thing to behold as these kids shared boldly with people who just minutes earlier were total strangers! They were so well- prepared and confident … the Holy Spirit was so clearly working through them and empowering them. The most awesome part was that, of those 15 adults, five of them professed Christ as Savior that day.|