The children of Project M:25 eagerly anticipated the fun summer programs, including Vacation Bible School, sponsored by the Lynch Family Missions, missionaries of Church of God World Missions.
It’s a thought we likely don’t recognize, but fun convinces kids that you actually like them. The enjoyment helps to reconnect what has been disconnected, fosters resilience, and indicates forgiveness. Fun, over time, even helps friendships go deeper. Now, who would’ve ever thought there was so much attached to just having “fun!”
At VBS this past summer, the plans were sure to include lots of fun. For six days, the children learned about God while making crafts, eating delicious snacks, and, of course, having fun.
One child, Abi, has been attending since preschool. Her mom is actively involved in the Women’s Bible Study group. Eight-years-old now, Abi has become a great little evangelist, witnessing to other children. Her family was also a recipient of one of the water filtration systems (Give Water Project), and the family has seen remarkable improvement in the kids’ health. The entire family has been transformed, spiritually and physically, by their encounter with Christ.
Project M:25 is committed to providing care for preschoolers so their older brothers and sisters can also participate in the nutrition, education, and enrichment activities. The project has far-reaching ramifications, and God is blessing the efforts.