CMD Stories

Stories submitted by people who participated in Children's Ministry Day. (24 results)
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02/13/2016Tompkins Baptist Church Grove HillAlabama Our children baked cookies and delivers for community workers: firemen, police, nurses, ambulance personnel and cashiers at local businesses. We then cooked lunch and delivered to 19 shut-ins in our community! We received such a blessing! The community workers were appreciative but the shut-ins blessed our hearts! They gave hugs, kisses, and shed tears as we delivered to them! What a blessing to take our kids out in the community to serve!
02/13/2016Marion First Baptist GA'sMarionARWe hosted our annual pancake breakfast to raise money for the ABC home in Monticello. We served lots of pancakes and sausage and raised over $2000!image_0.jpeg (917 KB)
02/13/2016First Baptist Church Murfreesboro ARWe went down to the local grocery store and the younger kids passed out free cookies with a Bible scripture, while the older kids carried groceries out for the stores customers. We were able to hand out approximately 100-110 cookies and scripture. md.jpg (1 KB)
02/10/2016First Baptist Church of LowellLowellArkansasWe did an outreach/inreach project this year. The children assembled care packages for the local police and fire departments to distribute to children involved in an accident, fire, or other emergency situation. Each package contains a bottle of water, a package of crackers, a package of fruit snacks, and a card with a Bible verse. For our in-reach project, the children made Valentine cards for the senior adults of our church.
02/10/2016First Baptist Church of LowellLowellArkansasWe did an outreach/inreach project this year. The children assembled care packages for the local police and fire departments to distribute to children involved in an accident, fire, or other emergency situation. Each package contains a bottle of water, a package of crackers, a package of fruit snacks, and a card with a Bible verse. For our in-reach project, the children made Valentine cards for the senior adults of our church.
02/14/2016Moore Activity CenterCovingtonKentuckyWe labeled 1, 000 bottles of water, stuffed 4, 400 Easter eggs, worked in food pantry, made placemats, made love bags, made hygiene kits and school kits, made ornaments, decorated binders and had some celebration time.
02/14/2016Post Oak Baptist/Logan Todd AssociationRussellvilleKYThe children made homemade dog and cat treats and decorated containers to store them in. The treats are being donated to the Logan County Humane Society. The children learned that aGod wants us to take care of the animals and to serve others in our community.
02/13/2016First Baptist ChurchFlatwoodsKYWe had a tea party with all the women of our church. 0213161141c.jpg (671 KB)
02/13/2016First Baptist ChurchFlatwoodsKYWe had a tea party with all the women of our church. 0213161141c_0.jpg (671 KB)
02/13/2016Old Zion Hill Baptist ChurchAlbanyLaBoys raked leaves for the elderly and the girls made crafts and delivered them along with trays of cookies to local nursing homesimage.jpeg (236 KB)
02/13/2016 First Baptist Church LafayetteLafayetteLouisianaOur GAs made Valentine's Day cards to deliver to the residents of a local nursing home. When we arrived at the home, the girls sang songs for the residents. They handed out cards and candy and visited with the residents. image_7.jpg (693 KB)
02/13/2016Morgan Baptist Children in ActionConwayMissouriWe made valentines for residents at a nearby Care Center. Not all of the kids got to go help deliver them, but they had so much fun making them, and the messages were adorable.
02/14/2016Midway Baptist ChurchMeridianMSOur GA group packed 48 "sock lunches" to be given to the homeless in our community through Aslane's Mission. We also organized donations in Aslane's thrift store.image_8.jpg (529 KB)
02/13/2016Glendale Baptist Church / Children in ActionGlenMSWe served a pancake breakfast to our local law enforcement and firemen. We also passed out Valentines to our Senior Adults. We had a prayer walk for our town at the town track.
02/13/2016Glendale Baptist Church / Children in ActionGlenMSWe served a pancake breakfast to our local law enforcement and firemen. We also passed out Valentines to our Senior Adults. We had a prayer walk for our town at the town track.
02/13/2016Glendale Baptist Church / Children in ActionGlenMSWe served a pancake breakfast to our local law enforcement and firemen. We also passed out Valentines to our Senior Adults. We had a prayer walk for our town at the town track.
02/13/2016Bethel Baptist Church/GA'sNormanOKThe GA's took donations from our church family and assembled care packages for a homeless shelter in Norman. The girls put together the packages on Wednesday evening, and then we delivered the packages to the dining facility of the shelter on Saturday, February 13th.IMG_1179.JPG (56 KB)
02/13/2016Living Legacy ChurchHersheyPAOur Children's Ministry at Living Legacy Church spent the morning at a local Assisted Living Center and made Valentines with the senior residents. We were the ones that walked away blessed!! It was such a fun time teaching our little ones to love like Jesus and to care for the elderly.edited_IMG_20160213_103049335_TOP.jpg (387 KB)
02/13/2016Living Legacy ChurchHersheyPAOur Children's Ministry at Living Legacy Church spent the morning at a local Assisted Living Center and made Valentines with the senior residents. We were the ones that walked away blessed!! It was such a fun time teaching our little ones to love like Jesus and to care for the elderly.edited_IMG_20160213_103049335_TOP_0.jpg (387 KB)
02/13/2016Bethany Baptist Children in ActionBishopvilleSCThe children prepared sack lunches for the homeless in Sumter, SC. On Wednesday night the children packed the nonperishables in bags in assembly line fashion. This morning the children met and made sandwiches in assembly line fashion. They also added a card with John 3:16 and the church name on it. There is an outdoor place in Sumter with four picnic tables under a shelter where the homeless congregate in the day time. We went there and the pastor spoke and gave the plan of salvation and prayer and the children handed out the lunches. We had 13 in attendance. Two of our WOM ladies attended and three of our men to support our CA's and to recognize that it was Focus on WMU week. The children all said they felt sorry for the homeless people and they were glad they came to help. The children prepared 50 lunches and we left the extras with the ones who were there.

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In his book Both Feet In, retired missionary Dr. Bud Fray references an old African proverb that says: “Only a fool tests the depth of the water with both feet.” It’s like testing the temperature of the pool water before you jump in; we stick our toe in first and if it’s too cold we have the option of pulling back. Once we jump in with both feet we are committed . . . and we better know how to swim!

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