Remember those in prison, as if you were there yourself. Remember also those being mistreated, as if you felt their pain in your own bodies. Hebrews 13:3 (NLT)
Sun , 12-2-2012 884 views
King's Kids minister to Sudanese and Eritrean youth
On Sunday the King's Kids youth visited a prison facility for Sudanese & Eritrean refugees between the ages of 14-18. These teenage boys are left in the closely supervised care of the government until they reach adulthood because they are orphans.
Our King's Kids youth and leaders began by playing worship songs in Arabic, Hebrew, and English. The refugees, although hesitantly at first, joined in clapping and dancing with the music. A couple of the refugees also shared songs with us in their native language. The King's Kids performed several dances and a powerful drama called "Set Me Free." Through the help of several different translators, the message of Christ's love was presented by one of HoL's volunteers from Brazil and a couple of the King's Kids youth.
At the end of the program the refugees were given some special snacks (coke & nuts: a favorite of these youth) and bibles and Christian reading materials in many different languages. We pray that these things will continue to bless them in the days to come.
Mon , 25-1-2016 1534 views
Much happened during the prison visits in December and January - here is an update from Anis and Nawal
Tue , 3-11-2015 1463 views
Going up to the Northern side of Sea of Galilee, one can pass by two very large areas, beautifully designed & built. Very clean and attractive sites. There’s a chance of thinking: “It’s a very nice holiday village that lies at the foot of a beautiful mountain, so near to the lake and to Mount Arable, we might check possibility of staying there for our next conference.