The 7th-12th grade girls who attend KBC are participating in ministry community service projects under the guidance of their teachers Miss Cari and Miss Diane. The girls served with Forever Fed, a ministry that provides meals and clothing for people in need. Our first joint effort in October 2012 was collecting coats for the needy and the homeless.
A question for teacher from her student.
“I’ve been wondering, who made God?
” I explained that God has always existed.
“But where did He come from?”
I explained we don’t know but His word says he is the self-existent one. She was puzzled. I explained we just couldn’t figure everything out about God. But He reveals so much to us in His word. She sat back down and paid attention better than I remember her doing before. Someone has her thinking .. .
2012 found us busy with many opportunities to share the love and story of Jesus Christ with children and youth! Our dedicated volunteers served faithfully teaching and transporting the kids every Tuesday as well as serving them dinner twice per month at our 2 locations, CrossRoads Community Church and Bascomb United Methodist Church. Kids Bible Clubs (KBC) teamed up with with other fine churches, community ministries and even a mission team all hte way from Michigan. 2012 was a great year for KBC we were able to provide many events where the kids could learn and grow in their faith in Jesus including 3 weeks of Vacation Bible School, 5 camp opportunities. KBC have bibles, school supplies and Christmas Gifts to the children in 2012. KBC recognizes that with your support in prayer, generous giving and volunteer time none of these things would possible. To express our gratitude for God’s provisions through you, we are honored to share the highlights of 2012. Plus, we look foward to sharing the good news with you and the children in 2013.
God Bless You
Sent to you with the Love, Peace and Joy of Jesus Christ.
Marie Alexander and all the KBC staff!
Our 13th annual Happy Birthday Jesus party held on December 14 at Bascomb United Methodist Church was attended by a little over 400 kids in addition to some of their family members! Most arrived in KBC ministry vehicles including 5 buses and 2 vans. Each of the kids received a Christmas gift, birth-day cake and refreshments. <!–more–>For the first time ever, we offered separate programs for the two age groups. SHINE of FBCW presented an excellent program for children up to 5th grade. They demonstrated the true meaning of Christmas through a play, puppetry and music. The gospel message of turning from sin and to Jesus as Savior was clearly explained and many children received Jesus or indicated they wanted to know more. Our youth service for middle and high school students was coordinated by John Kelso. They worshiped, played games, heard a real life testimony of God’s grace in the Life of a former convict and gained a new perspective on the Christmas Story. There were many churches and individuals who stepped up this year to provide the Christmas gifts, funding and labor to make it happen. Whatever part you played, big or small, thank you for honoring the Lord Jesus Christ. His Name was pro-claimed and His love and kindness shown in so many ways. Through your many acts of kindness.