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Pastor Laura during her Africa 2011 Mission Trip in Uganda

PowerClubs are the outreach arm of Kids in Ministry International, and are local children's ministries in a wide variety of communities around the world. They are started and conducted by individuals who desire to see children evangelized, filled with the Holy Spirit, grounded in the word of God, operating in the gifts of the Spirit, learning to hear Godís voice and be led by His Spirit, and becoming active, functioning members in the body of Christ while they are still children.

Seen here and below, Pastor Laura during her Africa 2011 Mission Trip in Uganda

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Pastor Laura during her Africa 2011 Mission Trip in Uganda

KIMI curriculum being prayed for

Pastor Laura during her Africa 2011 Mission Trip in Uganda

KIMI leadership training mission trip in Tanzania.

Though some are a part of local churches, most are held in backyards, neutral locations, schools, slums, ghettos, and homes. While some of the leaders are experienced children's ministers, many others have never worked with children before, but have caught the vision of taking children further into the things of the Spirit. In many places starting an official PowerClub outside a local church is in essence "planting a church of children" because it is likely the only church many of these children will ever have the privilege of going to.

Seen below Jenny at the beginning of her Africa KIMI leadership training mission trip in Tanzania.



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KIMI leadership training mission trip in Tanzania.

KIMI leadership training mission trip in Tanzania.

KIMI leadership training mission trip in Tanzania.

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KIMI leadership training mission trip in Tanzania.

PowerClubs have been designed specifically for Pentecostal and Charismatic churches because of the emphasis on the Holy Spirit.

However, the concepts and principles can be used for any childrenís ministry regardless of affiliation.

Seen above Pastor David the KIMI Mbeya, Tanzania Coordinator who led the team into the second country Malawi where the KIMI Leadership classes held in February 2011.

Malawi KIMI Leadership classes

Malawi KIMI Leadership classes

Pastor William the Malawi Uluwa KIMI Coordinator

Seen above right Pastor William the KIMI Uluwa, Malawi Coordinator handing out the KIMI curriculum

The core values of official PowerClubs are:

Teaching children the meat and deeper truths of God’s word by going beyond the basic Bible stories and teaching children biblical doctrine.

∑ Teaching children the meat and deeper truths of Godís word by going beyond the basic Bible stories and teaching children biblical doctrine.

 

Equipping them for the work of the ministry making them active, spiritually functioning members in the body of Christ.

∑ Equipping them for the work of the ministry making them active, spiritually functioning members in the body of Christ.

Creating an atmosphere and opportunities where children can experience the presence of God on a regular basis.

∑ Creating an atmosphere and opportunities where children can experience the presence of God on a regular basis.

Information sourced from www.kidsinministry.org

KIMI Pattern of Ministry

PowerClubs are conducted weekly or as regularly as the Holy Spirit leads you and they follow a simple but effective pattern (which we call the KIMI Pattern of Ministry) for conducting a full children's worship service as opposed to a Sunday School format.

Seen here and below the DR Congo KIMI Leadership Training that took place in March 2011

Seen here the DR Congo KIMI Leadership Training that took place in March 2011

Seen here the DR Congo KIMI Leadership Training that took place in March 2011

This includes

1) Opening or Greeting Games

(Number one, the thumb this reminds us that even if there is only one child present you can start with your 'Opening or Greeting Game'.)

Seen here the DR Congo KIMI Leadership Training that took place in March 2011

2) Active Competitive Games

(Number two, two fingers remind us that there are usually two teams to compete in these fast Active Competitive Games)

3) Active Praise Choruses

( Number three, this is the tallest finger it reaches up to God, this will remind us that immediately after the games we go straight into our Active Praise Choruses)

Seen here the DR Congo KIMI Leadership Training that took place in March 2011

4) Intimate Worship Songs

(Number four, this is the ring finger, if we were married we may wear a ring on this finger it indicates, love, intimacy and commitment - this is the same with Worship where we express our love for God)

Seen here the DR Congo KIMI Leadership Training that took place in March 2011

Seen here the DR Congo KIMI Leadership Training that took place in March 2011

5) Fast-moving Teaching

a. Review
b. Learn a Bible Verse
c. Teach the Lesson

(Number five, this is represented by our little finger, reminding us that there will be a little teaching, one truth that we want the children to learn. It has three parts just like our little finger has three joints, Review, Learn a Bible Verse and Fast-moving Teaching)

6) Encountering God

a. Activity
b. Discussion

(Number six, this includes the thumb again reminding us that this is a personal encounter with God, a one on one with God, it involves a time of activity and a time of discussion.)

Seen here the DR Congo KIMI Leadership Training that took place in March 2011

 
 
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