Helping children fall deeply in love with Jesus

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Your Best Gift

By |2019-05-16T17:00:55-04:00May 16, 2019|Gordon D. West: Newsletters, Staff Blogs|

At age 12, God called Carolina, a young woman in El Salvador eager to serve. She responded by assisting her Sunday school teacher but was soon leading a Vacation Bible School class on her own. Since that time, Carolina’s passion to teach children and connect them with a great God has grown her leadership and influence to impact many in her country. KidZ at Heart is blessed to have her as part of our staff community and delighted to highlight her work in El Salvador [...]

Oh, the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus – KidZ in Uganda

By |2019-04-23T18:37:38-04:00April 23, 2019|Becky Dietz: Blog Posts, Uncategorized|

I am God, the God of your father. Do not be afraid to go … I myself will go down with you …     
and I will also bring you up again. Genesis 46:3,4  

Usually my work is done in front of my computer - writing, making cultural adjustments, rewriting, consulting, formatting, rewriting, rewriting. BUT – going to Africa meant that I could see all those typed words come to life.

As I [...]

Provide Infrastructure

By |2019-04-30T11:46:58-04:00April 23, 2019|Carolina de Portillo, Staff Blogs|

Nobody likes to talk about infrastructure. It’s boring, right? But what’s our reaction to driving on a rutted road? To running over a pothole? We get tense. We slow down. Our vehicle can be damaged—in short, a lack of infrastructure impedes progress!

Boring as it may seem, there is now a tremendous need for infrastructure in KidZ at Heart’s efforts in El Salvador. We’re literally trying to expand to the north, south, east, and [...]

Establish a Training Site

By |2019-04-29T16:18:52-04:00April 23, 2019|Carolina de Portillo, Staff Blogs|

The Bible records many times when revival, restoration, and transformation burst forth because only one person believed, responded, obeyed—and saw God’s power in action!

In El Salvador, that one person was Carolina. Trained by KidZ at Heart in 2017, she started a Bible Club in a school, leading many children to fall deeply in love with Jesus. Then Soon after, Carolina trained to be a KidZ at Heart National Trainer. And now? KidZ has [...]

Welcome SureFire Prayer!

By |2019-05-21T13:51:26-04:00April 22, 2019|Gordon D. West: KidZ Newsletters, Staff Blogs|

The board and staff of KidZ at Heart International is delighted to welcome Paige Kolb and SureFire Prayer to our global Christian community. As the rich suite of resources and dynamic leaders of SureFire Prayer are grafted into KidZ at Heart, we will be better prepared than ever before to train, partner with, and mobilize networks of leaders to help kids fall deeply in love with Jesus!

Like any partnership, this one came together based on shared passion, vision, and style, with both [...]

Train a Trainer Like Ileana

By |2019-04-29T16:13:47-04:00April 17, 2019|Carolina de Portillo, Staff Blogs|

After attending an impactful KidZ at Heart training, Ileana was emboldened to begin holding children’s meetings in the center marketplace of her town. You see, many of the children who gather there are cared for by their grandmothers and are the sons and daughters of prostitutes or gang members. The children are cared for by their grandmothers who sell fruits and vegetables at the market. Ileana has started teaching the children using strategies and [...]

The Chatter in El Salvador

By |2019-04-22T13:47:13-04:00April 11, 2019|Adam Ormord: Blog Posts, Staff Blogs|

Stepping out into the early morning light I adjusted my senses to the unfamiliar sights and sounds of San Salvador. With my running shoes laced up and my headphones ready to rock, I glanced to the left and the right, determining which direction was the best.

As I contemplated my surroundings, I heard a sudden uproar of noise coming from beyond the treeline. Whatever it was, it was heading my way. I’d never heard anything quite like it before. The [...]

Speak, Lord, We Are Listening

By |2019-03-14T16:22:13-04:00March 14, 2019|Adam Ormord: Blog Posts|

“God told me to give you something of value, something meaningful to me, and I don’t know why.”

I spoke these emotionally fragile, hope-filled words to a man named Timothy at the close of a very special retreat day with licensed trainers in Kampala, Uganda.

He traveled a long distance to Kampala in order to be a part of the retreat. In fact, it was his second trip to the city in five days. He first attended our two-day [...]