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.
King's Kids Camp 2010 Achziv
Thu , 12-8-2010 916 views
This years camp was held in Achziv for three days. 28 youth from Arab and Jewish origin came together under the motto 'Extreme'.
From August 6th till August 8th 35 youth and leaders camped in Achziv, a national park at the beach near Nahariyya, North of Israel.
Living a life that is 'Extreme' - so the motto of the camp - for Jesus was brought up in the teachings and activities. What are we ready to give up? The discipleship to follow Jesus can truly bring us into extreme situations. The youth were encouraged to also ask the Lord to use their hobbies in order to glorify God.
Being divided into groups of four or five persons everybody was challenged to lead his or her group throughout the days in different tasks like cooking.
Praise be to God, as He protected the group being outside 24/7 in very hot weather. As short as the time was, it was really intense and the youth connected quickly.
One of the highlights was a lesson about rap music, taught by a Dutch young man who came to help.
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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: