God called Moses to do an important job. He was to lead the children of Israel through the wilderness into the Promised Land. To accomplish that mission, God provided him with the necessary resources. God also personally instructed him in how to use the resources provided. In essence, God discipled Moses to disciple others. As a result, Moses was able to do mighty things like lead God’s people to the Promised Land. Because Moses was discipled by God, he was able to disciple others to carry on God’s mission.
The proper discipling of children’s leaders and workers is essential to the fulfilment of God’s mission for all children, everywhere. By providing the right resources and training for ministry leaders, we are helping them lead children lost in a wilderness of hopelessness to the promised land of a life-changing relationship with Jesus.
Join us in this year’s global KRK offering as we provide the disciplers of children with the needed resources and experience to fulfill God’s mission in their church and communities.
Here is a wonderful story of how VBS has had an impact in the CIS. Click here
The Kids Reaching Kids Mission Offering Project is the annual children’s mission offering emphasis.
The money from this offering funds varied projects, including a major focus each year.
Bitan*, a 10-year-old boy in Bangladesh, dreamed of being a police officer when he grew up.
That dream seemed impossible due to his family’s poverty, but Bitan has new hope for his future thanks to Nazarene children around the world who gave to the Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries’ Kids Reaching Kids Mission Offering Project.
Chumi* is among 19 children in Bangladesh to receive medical treatment funded in part by the Kids Reaching Kids missions offerings.
Before the treatment, she was unable to move her right arm properly after she accidentally burned her arm in a mud oven when she was seven years old.
Nearly 2,000 children across the Commonwealth of Independent States Field attended 33 VBS events thanks to funds from Kids Reaching Kids, the Church of the Nazarene’s VBS program.
Each year, children who attend a VBS are invited to participate in an offering that provides funds for children in need around the world.