Around 60 children participated in a Children's Missionary Camp in Trinidad and Tobago on 10 April — a joint effort by Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International and Nazarene Missions International. The event was directed by District NMI President Leigh Hope and was facilitated by Caribbean Field NMI Coordinator Donnamie Ali.
Through interactive sessions, the children were taught about Jesus, His love for the world, needs in other countries, and Alabaster offerings. The children also made their own Alabaster jars out of water bottles, and they all prayed as a group for NMI's areas of focus as part of their purpose statement: education, prayer, giving, and engaging youth and children in missions.
The children participated enthusiastically in the activities and listened carefully to what was shared.
"We thank God for a fruitful time and our district council of SDMI for giving us the opportunity to impact this generation," Hope said.