Kids Learn That Miracles Happen Through Prayers

At the beginning of 2018, Quest Kids Head Room Leader Brittany Lanzone had a vision for our children to launch an evangelism initiative called “Miracle 2018.” This initiative was for our students to not just learn about evangelism, but also to put that knowledge into practice. Our kids were challenged to think of one individual in their life (friend or family) who did not know Jesus Christ as their personal savior, or perhaps needed a miracle to happen.

In response, we created a “Miracle 2018” banner that was displayed in one of our classrooms at the beginning of the year. Then we watched with excitement as Sunday after Sunday our students began populating it with names of individuals they wanted to reach. We described being intentional simply as going out of our way to interact with someone that might not be noticed. Many came to Christ as a result of our students’ efforts and we believe that 2018 laid a foundation for how our students will live their lives going forward! #miracle2018

Pastor Chris

Pastor Chris

Pastor for the Quest Kids Ministry

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