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100 Ways Kids Can Help the Persecuted Church

Kids of Courage blog reader and commenter Pilgrim Sarah recently asked, “How can us kids help?”

For Pilgrim Sarah and others who may be wondering the same thing, there is now a poster that lists many of the ideas found on this site about how kids can raise awareness of persecuted Christians and help them. Many of the ideas on the poster came from kids who created and tried the activities themselves.

Model Missionary Plane

A man in North Carolina, Mike L., built a model of a parachute-dropping airplane. The real airplane he depicted drops Bible-carrying parachutes into guerrilla-controlled jungle areas of Colombia.

People at a missions conference at Mike’s church learned more about VOM’s work in Colombia with the help of his model.

Underwater Christmas Tree

At Christmastime last year, a group of divers took a Christmas tree 37.5 meters (about 123 feet) into the water off the coast of Indonesia. Then they took ornaments underwater and placed them on the tree. The group was trying to break the world record for the deepest underwater Christmas tree.

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Parents & Educators

Kids of Courage resources help parents and educators teach children ages 5 to 13 about persecuted Christians around the world, and provide opportunities for the children to serve and pray for them. What’s on Blog The Kids of Courage blog is updated frequently and includes feature stories that relate to topics in the current […]

Preparing for the New Year

Have you made any New Year’s resolutions for 2015? Have you included remembering persecuted Christians in your New Year’s plans?