"I will help others in need"

OM International | Pakistan

OM’s team hosted the event “Kids' Games” for 408 kids, more than 40 adults and 20 volunteers from both Christian and Muslim families.  Two different schools were represented at the games, and the story of the Good Samaritan proved an excellent tool to teach the kids “to love your neighbour,” which is a great need in this town.

“It was wonderful to see these kids laughing, listening from the Word, playing, singing, worshipping and dancing in the playground,” one team member said.

Team members asked reflection questions in small groups to make sure each child understood the story and made some decisions about their future. During the programme, 92 children accepted the Lord as their personal Saviour.

For one six-year-old boy, the Bible story had personal application. “I often see how, if money falls down we at once lift it, but when a man falls down we try not to stretch our hands to lift him up," he said. "After hearing this story, I have taken this decision that I will help others when they are in need.”

Two other events attracted 850 kids altogether and helped children grow in their personal faith in their lives. Kids' Games will also be taking place from October 2016 to Feb 2017.

Published: Wednesday, 04 January 2017
Credit: OM International
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