Curriculum for Spirit-filled Churches

Kids in Ministry International Comments Curriculum for Spirit-filled Churches
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One of the most important things that make KIMI Curriculums different from others is that our materials are written specifically for Spirit-filled churches, i.e. those who believe in the baptism in the Holy Spirit, speaking in tongues, hearing God’s voice, healing, that the gifts of the Spirit are for today, and who believe in walking in the supernatural lifestyle of God found in Scripture.

The majority of curriculum publishers are looking to serve the broader Evangelical community, where these topics are too controversial. Even basic doctrines like water baptism are too divisive for most of them, because of the wide range of beliefs about each subject. (For instance, do we dunk or do we sprinkle?)

In our experience, even denominations who are either Pentecostal or Charismatic hesitate to approach these subjects in many cases. This is because they have become more seeker sensitive, meaning they do not want to scare new believers or non-believers from their services through the unfamiliar moving of the gifts of the Spirit. While there may be merit to this thinking in some cases, we believe there are parents and church leaders who are hungry for material that goes beyond the basic Bible stories and teaches children solid Bible doctrine. We believe we are filling a very important void in the world of church curriculum ideas.

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