Equipping People. Reaching Kids.

Eternal Significance

"Attending KidZitute was a great reminder to me of the importance of pouring into my leadership team and volunteers...a reminder of the eternal significance of their ministry. We all came away from our time at KidZitute being encouraged and energized for our next season in ministry." Read more >

Life Lessons from India

I had never felt really "called to missions." I had never felt called to go to India...I read a post on Facebook from my closest friend that mentioned she was planning on going to India...I felt God say, "GO!" I laughed OUT LOUD. I was standing in my messy kitchen actually laughing at God telling me to go to India." Read more >

Is God Calling You?

No matter what your experience level may be, you can join a KidZ at Heart short-term missions team and make an impact on young lives for Christ. Many opportunities are available for 2016 and teams are open for more members. Join a current team or KidZ can design a trip specifically for you. Learn More >


Participate in the RE:VIVE Drive to benefit local families and impact families around the world. Families RE:CEIVE food. Families RE:CEIVE nourishment. Throughout each year, KidZ at Heart impacts the lives of more than 200,000 children and their families with the life-saving message of Jesus! Learn More >

KidZ at Heart at a Glance

The Heart of Our Founders

Helping Preteens Become Missionaries, Part 2: Get them involved!

By |October 1, 2015|

Some studies show that between 80 and 85 percent of all career missionaries make their commitment to missions before the age of 12. Preteens are ready to be challenged to make a worldwide difference for Christ!

Our job is to challenge our students by giving them opportunities to explore missions firsthand. [...]

Helping Preteens Become Missionaries, Part 1: Create an interest

By |September 24, 2015|

An incredible trend is developing across our country. Kids are getting involved in meaningful ways and are seeking to change their worlds. “It’s easy for typically self-centered [preteens and young teens] to think of no one other than themselves from dawn till dusk – and then dream about themselves at night. Ironically, these most self-centered individuals find huge satisfaction in helping other people. They just need a little nudge.”[1] Today’s preteens want to make a difference. [...]