Hand Up Ministries has a burden for San Antonio de Cortes, Honduras. They have been serving the people and churches here for five years. After learning about KIDStory and hearing we were coming to Honduras, they persistently pursued us. Persistence pays off. We had an exceptional KIDStory Workshop in this remote valley. Thirty-two people from nine churches participated. KIDStory often serves as an agent of unity, bringing churches together with the singular focus of proclaiming God’s Story to children. Watching pastors from different churches acting in a mime together is beautiful. Then we hiked 20 minutes to meet with 58 kids and practice what we learned. Our Opening Question (part of the KIDStory curriculum) with the children was “Who would you like to meet?”. I expected them to name famous athletes or celebrities. I was broken when half dozen of them said they would like to meet their fathers… they never had. God took His Word and wrapped His arms around them and we did too. KIDStory is about kids getting to know the Father. KIDStory is about empowering an army of workers to tell His Story!
Think about who you would like to meet.