From the 23rd of March to the 25th of March another amazing Family Day with Jewish, Arabic and Swiss families took part in the Baptist Village near Petah Tiqua. Celebrating that we are blessed by our heavenly father, we're also able to give and serve with a joyful heart and be a blessing to others too, in this way.
Tue , 27-12-2011 969 views
King's Kids Celebrate Jesus' birth by performing at Abbu Snan & Nazareth
Only two days before Christmas, the King's Kids youth performed five dances in the Abbu Snan auditorium. These dances were a part of an even larger program which included many beautifully performed Christmas songs sung and played by both an adult and a youth praise team. During the evening, there was a special message spoken, which told the gospel story of why Jesus was born on this earth. It's all because of God's love for us, and because He wanted to give humanity the gift of His Salvation. The King's Kids dances added to the power of this message, by worshiping and honoring our savior, Jesus Christ. Praise God for such a blessed and well received event.
A week later, the youth shared two Christmas dances for a college-age program held at the Baptist School Church in Nazareth. This event was also a beautiful reminder of the incredible gift that God gave; his son Jesus Christ. Truly, Jesus' birth is a perfect reason for dancing with joy.
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Sat , 10-3-2018 328 views
Praise the Lord for our children and youth from Kings Kids and every minute they can spend time with each other and the Lord. Together, in blessed fellowship and unity we're experiencing God in new ways and are able to do great things together. Here you get a little insight in the Kings Kids activities.
Thu , 8-3-2018 219 views
In the days before Christmas our Kings Kids took part in the annual Dance Performances at the Nazareth Village. Dancing with joy for the Lord brought a special atmosphere that inspired us and the people watching our dances to think again about the real meaning of Christmas and how to expect Christ in a proper way: