By Kim Sanger, Assistant Director of Bible Adventure
While we still focus on making connections with the children and have been learning and using new ways to get the Word into their homes, the bigger focus has been equipping our volunteers with the information and training needed to get this done.
Our volunteer base has a significant amount of retired persons who have limited access or knowledge of all things technology related. The fact that some of them are learning to use Zoom to teach lessons, meeting kids on FaceTime calls, creating YouTube videos, or video recording themselves teaching a lesson is proof that God isn’t finished with us yet. They are willing to take on a large learning curve to keep reaching children with God’s Word. And we are so thankful they are willing to do this to reach children!
While it looks different right now, ministry is still happening. We are reaching kids and families with Bible Adventure lessons that share God’s messages. Watching the kids’ faces light up when they “see” their teacher’s or listener’s image pop up during a Zoom meeting is priceless.
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