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Kids Leading Kids to Christ

Imagine a fourth grade student meeting another child in the McDonald’s play area. They play for a while. Then he asks, “Can I tell you about the greatest thing that ever happened to me?” The new friend responds yes and the child begins to share his salvation testimony. Soon the student is drawing on the back of gum wrapper a picture that walks his new friend through the plan of salvation and before long they are bowing their heads to move from new friends in McDonalds to new brothers in Christ.

Imagine a fifth grader at a sleepover. He has been thinking about sharing Christ with his friend and looking for the right opportunity and before the night is over his friend has accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior.

Picture a fourth grader at Chick-Fil-A. He and his dad are getting ready to leave when he says that he feel that God wants him to go to the play area to tell the other children about Jesus. Dad sits down and watches as his son meets new kids, tells them about Christ, sits down with a girl and eventually leads her to saving faith in the Lord.

Imagine a second grader on the back porch with a neighbor. They talk about a lot of things but on this day he tells her what Jesus means to him and continues to tell her how he was saved and how she can do the same. Moments later his dad is across the street, talking to her mom about how she gave her life to Christ. Her mom wipes tears from her eyes and says, “Thank you.”

These are all true stories of kids leading kids to Christ. In the backyard, at school, in the cafeteria, on the bus, on the ball field, at church, and even on the playground, these children are doing more than just attending Sunday School—they are learning that God has given them a very significant task in everyday life.

If a child can do this…so can you. It simply begins with a willing heart.

One of our kindergarten students, who attended a Christian school, drove past a public school in our community. Her mom said, “You know, the teachers there can’t talk about Jesus.”

Her daughter was quiet for a moment and then said, “I want to go to school there.”

“Why?” the mom asked, surprised.

“Because someone has to tell them about Jesus.”

Isaiah said: “I heard the Lord’s voice, saying, ‘Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?’ Then I said, ‘Here I am. Send me!’” (Isaiah 6:8-9a).

You have the message. You have the opportunity. Like these children, will you have the willingness to share?


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“I Don’t Need This Anymore”

A number of years ago, I stood outside an old, leaning house. Years of neglect marked the small place. There was trash strewn across the front yard and it was squished along of row of other inner-city homes. Across the street was an abandoned field with chest-tall grass and I could hear dogs barking all around. Standing next to a pile of beer cans on the front porch, I gently knocked on the door. When it opened, my visitation partner and I saw one of the biggest men I’ve ever seen. He was taller than the door frame and his shadow filled the sides. He invited us inside and we stepped forward to see him in the light. He was muscle from head to toe, wearing only gray shorts, and as he closed the door, he began to make fists. I had spoken to him earlier on the phone and he had been expecting us but he suddenly became angry. Muscles grew across his body as he stiffened. He raised his fists to his head and everything inside me screamed, “Get out of here. He’s going to kill you!” But then he turned and leaned on the wall.

“I hate my life,” he said as tears streamed down his face.

“Kenny,” I said, “Let’s sit down and talk.”

I sat in the middle on the couch, sandwiched between this giant of a man and my friend who immediately began sharing Jesus with him. This man was a ex-convict, just recently out of prison but already back in a world of hurt and trouble. He never told us what he had done to spend so many years in jail, only that if he told us, “you would want to leave this place and never talk to me again.”

I watched this man argue that God could never forgive him and then soften as the Holy Spirit brought conviction and truth. At last, I watch as he bowed his head and prayed one of the most simply but powerful prayers I’ve ever heard, “God, I got nothing to give you but if you’ll take me, I’ll come. Amen.”

He looked up. For the first time, a smile filled his face. His eyes, that had looked so dead, now looked so alive. God had saved him!

Moments later, as we continued talking about his new life in Christ, he stood up and grabbed something from the coffee table. We followed to the kitchen as he lifted a beer can and drained it down the sink. “I don’t need this anymore.”

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Kids are Literal – God and a Dead Cat

A young mother was trying to comfort her daughter when her pet kitten died, saying, “Remember, dear, Fluffy is up in heaven now with God.”

“But, mommy,” the girl sobbed. “What in the world would God want with a dead cat?”

Of course the purpose of this funny story is NOT about pets in heaven but to show that sometimes we try to share concepts without realizing that kids are literal.

A little girl told her Sunday School teacher, “I don’t want Jesus in my heart!” This teacher came to me very upset. I went to the classroom and knelt down in front of this  5-year old.

“Your teacher told me that you don’t want Jesus in your heart,” I said. “Can you tell me why?”

“Because He’s a big man and I’m a little girl!”

She was being literal: Big man + little heart = Not something she wanted!

As you teach your children (both at church and at home), keep in mind that they are very literal. Listen to your words for their literal meaning and when you’re done, ask your kids to tell you what they heard. This is a great way to know what they’re understanding because what you say and what they hear might just be two different things.*

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*Story of the dead cat: source unknown.

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