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Are You Sharing the Gospel with Kids?

It's vitally important that you have a strategy for what you are teaching. You only have a short amount of time to write God's way of salvation on the hearts of children.

The average family may come to your church twice a month...or even less.

Let's do the math. If they come twice a month, that means from 1st through 5th grade, you only have 130 weekend opportunities to share the Gospel with them at weekend services.

We know that the vast majority of people who come to Christ do so when they are children. We also know that children are very open and receptive to the Gospel. Nothing new...God tells us this in Matthew 18:3.

"Then He (Jesus) said, 'I tell you the truth, unless you turn from your sins and become like little children, you will never get into the Kingdom of Heaven'."

God never told children to act like adults to be saved. Rather, He told adults to become like children to be saved.

With these things in mind, it is crucial that we share the Gospel with kids on a regular basis. Take a look at your curriculum. Is it helping you to effectively share the Gospel with kids? Are you having to re-write it to make sure it includes a regular Gospel presentation?