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Eternal Payoff in Cameroon

Ever wonder how you can make your vacation PAY? No, going to Vegas is NOT the answer! KidZ at Heart staff member Becky made her trip pay off in BIG WAYS! Instead of Vegas, she chose a trip which gave her a great (and eternal!) payoff, as part of a KidZ at Heart training team in Cameroon! Read more.

Meeting Needs in Our Backyard

We found three commonalities in every Sunday school conference KidZ attended this spring: KidMin leaders are tired, struggle with recruiting and keeping volunteers, and feel ill-equipped for the ministry they are called to. In short, children’s ministry leaders are in need of what KidZ is all about. Read more.

Figuring It Out

When we arrived in Liberia in 1957, our eldest was ten months old. Her three siblings were born in Monrovia in the following ten years. For all but one year, we lived in neighborhoods surrounded by Liberian families. Many were far poorer than we; some were richer. We were about in the middle. Read more.

Give to Meet Tangible Needs

There is no better place to invest than into the life of a child. As part of the first-ever KidZ Generosity Guide, you can discover ways that you can give to tangible needs. May this guide inspire you to give in specific ways that touch your heart! Even better, your gift will go twice as far through May 31. Read more.

KidZ at Heart at a Glance

The Heart of Our Founders

Gordon & Becki – KidZ Newsletter May 2016

By |May 7, 2016|

The generosity of Christians overwhelms us! God’s people want to bless others by sharing the material possessions that he has provided. But this shouldn’t be a surprise. It’s his plan! “Yes, you will be enriched in every way so that you can always be generous. And when we take your gifts to those who need them, they will thank God” (2 Cor 9:11). That’s why KidZ at Heart has created the first-ever “KidZ Generosity Guide.” With all that is happening in the world, we wanted to help you be generous effectively by identifying practical, easy ways to give to meet tangible needs of the 2.3 billion children in our world who need Jesus. [...]

Are you generous?

By |May 6, 2016|

We’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the word “generosity” lately. Webster defines the word as “the quality of being kind, understanding, and not selfish, especially the willingness to give money and other valuable things to others.” God says certain people can be identified by this trait: “But generous people plan to do what is generous, and they stand firm in their generosity” (Is 32:8). And generosity is actually a characteristic of godliness: “Light shines in the darkness for the godly. They are generous, compassionate, and righteous” (Ps 112:4). [...]