After months physically apart, we finally had the chance to have a King’s Kids camp at Abu Naeem’s land with the Youth. Themed “Christmas in August''- redirecting our eyes at the salvation that has come and that is yet to come, inspired by the verses in Luke 2:30- 32- when Simon saw the baby Jesus he said: “For my eyes have seen your salvation, which you have prepared in the sight of all nations: a light for revelation to the Gentiles,and the glory of your people Israel.” Along with Special times of worship, quiet time, prayer for the nations , ministry including fun times of fellowship and games. Our Goal and our prayer is for the youth to truly experience the goodness and salvation of the Lord even through hard times,suffering and pain. To know Him, love Him,to be excited and fascinated by His salvation . Thank you all for your love and prayers King’s Kids Galilee
University of Biblical Occupations - Invitation
Sat , 31-10-2015 by Janosch Haber 2193 views
In October 2015, the King’s Kids Children group started a new program called the King’s Kids University of Biblical Occupations. During the next few months they will be exploring the different trades described in the Bible and through them learn scriptures and stories from the time of Jesus and the Old Testament.
It was a cloudy Friday afternoon on October 30th, 2015. Children started flowing into the meeting place at House of Light, curious to know what they are going to study at ‘The King’s Kids University of Biblical Occupations’ during the next few months. And this is what we can tell: They will explore the different trades described in the Bible and through them learn scriptures and stories from the time of Jesus and the Old Testament.
The first meeting of this new program King’s Kids was titled ‘Invitation’. A group of international volunteers prepared a number of team-building games that brought a lot of fun and helped to get to know one another a little bit better. In one of these games, a balloon had to be transported through the room – without using your hands. Having their feet tied together made the task a lot more difficult but also a lot more fun to play and watch! In a second game, an empty soda bottle needed to be passed through one’s group – but again without using your hands. So the best way to do it was by jamming it with your chin. But I guess that pictures are the best story tellers:
The remainder of the evening was filled with music, a drama presentation, a short devotion - and fresh popcorn prepared by the new HOL-volunteers Jeroen and Janosch. At the end of the meeting, each of the children received a letter from the King’s Kids University that held a pen with an invitation to attend classes in the university’s new program starting in November: The study of biblical occupations.
Wed , 30-10-2019 2037 views
“Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. 7 Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus” Philippians 4:6-7 A family that prays together, stays together…. Not just a saying, but a truth. This annual family encouragement day was geared towards families from the whole body of Christ, families that know the constant need to be encouraged, families that believe in the power of prayer.
Wed , 30-10-2019 1657 views
“But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God's special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.” 1 Peter 2:9 The King’s Kids youth group has always been the heartbeat of King’s Kids, they are the dynamic, on the go, connecting link between the younger and the older generation.