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By |January 29th, 2016|Comments|0 Comments

Children in the Dark Ballroom

A 13-yr-old boy recently shared a dream he had with our church. In the dream, he saw our church congregation going into a very large, but dark ballroom. There was just one shaft of light shining into the room and it was blue. In the room there were children who had the bodies of 7 year olds, but had the faces of teenagers. End of dream, and he didn’t know what it meant.

Immediately the Lord spoke to me that our church congregation represented the whole body of Christ, and that we are about to enter a very dark time […]

By |January 11th, 2016|News & Views|0 Comments

Boy Raises Baby from the Dead!

If this is a stretch for you to believe, I understand. I had to blink hard a couple times myself when this report first came in from our KIMI Mexico director Ana Lilia Zertuche in 2008. It’s easy for me to believe kids can heal the sick. I’ve seen it done over and over again. It’s easy for me to accept them as profound prayer warriors. It happens in almost every one of our conferences. It’s easy for me to acknowledge kids giving prophetic words to people very accurately. I’ve heard them do it repeatedly reading people’s private mail and […]

By |January 6th, 2016|News & Views|0 Comments

What’s God Saying Over this New Generation?

God had a lot to say about kids in the entire Bible. He still is saying a lot prophetically about them today! Years ago I diligently collected as many prophetic words as I could find of what the current prophets like Patricia King, Bill Hamon, Cindy Jacobs, Kim Clement, and many more were saying about kids. It was overwhelmingly exciting! It was words like this one from Rick Joyner:

“One of the most extraordinary characteristics of the harvest will be the youthfulness of the laborers. Teenagers will be the backbone of the revival, and preteens will be some of its […]

By |January 5th, 2016|News & Views|0 Comments

Discipling Children vs Entertaining Them

I recently listened to a message by world famous missionary-evangelist Reinhard Bonnke, who is credited with having led over 74 million people to the Lord in his 50 years of mass crusades. I’ve been amazed to watch the aging Reinhard pass the baton of leadership of his ministry to the next generation of leaders successfully, specifically a thirty-ish young firebrand, Daniel Kolenda. I’m trying to learn how he has done that. Most ministries live and die with their founders. I don’t want that happen to KIMI that’s why I am raising up leaders all over the world — so the vision of equipping little […]

By |January 1st, 2016|News & Views|0 Comments

Happy New Year! 50 Reasons Why I Don’t Drink

Tomorrow night is New Year’s Eve. There will be lots of celebrating going on everywhere. I have Christian friends here on Facebook, where I originally posted this article, from probably 50 different nations from Europe to Africa to South America to Asia. I’ve got friends in the holiness denominations, and those is much more liberal churches. There is a huge wide variance in opinions on what may take place during that celebration, particularly in the area of alcohol. I have no interest in starting a debate on this. (By the way, I am writing specifically to born again Christians, not […]

By |December 30th, 2015|News & Views|0 Comments

Reflecting on 2015

The end of a year is always a time of reflection and evaluation. In most ways 2015 has been tremendous for me personally as well as for Kids in Ministry International. To the best of my ability I have attempted to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in all areas of life and ministry, yet I want to spend the next few days in soul searching. The signs are all around us, that the time is short. I am challenged to stay focused, stay diligent, stay a watchman on the wall for ministry to children.

As I look back at the […]

By |December 29th, 2015|News & Views|0 Comments

Which Bible is Best for My Child?

People often ask me what is the best Bible for kids. My answer is it depends on the age of the child. For young children who don’t read chapters and verses yet, the JESUS STORYBOOK BIBLE is tops. It is the major Bible stories written in a fascinating construct teaching small children how Jesus can be found in every key story of the Bible. So from the beginning they understand how the whole Bible is relevant to them and their salvation.

For those who are older and can read for themselves, anything but the King James or new King James […]

By |November 10th, 2015|Comments|0 Comments

Train Up a Child Re-interpreted

Train Up a Child Reinterpreted
How many times have we heard the scripture from Proverbs 22:6 that says, “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it”? We can quote it from memory. It’s probably one of the most familiar scriptures to parents and church leaders about our children. It brings great comfort to our hearts. But here is how the modern day Christian mentally interprets this verse:

“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he becomes a teenager he may backslide, and go […]

By |November 1st, 2015|News & Views|1 Comment

Kids Who Heal the Sick

Kids Who Heal the Sick

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Early in my children’s ministry, I spontaneously began teaching what excited me about God. Somebody forgot to tell me they couldn’t grasp anything but Bible stories. I didn’t get the memo. As I spent time learning from the apostolic healing ministers, Charles and Francis Hunter, I taught everything I had learned to the children in my church. Healings began breaking out in the families of our church as the children prayed for their family members. It was my first exposure to kids who heal […]

By |October 30th, 2015|News & Views|2 Comments