”Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and ofMatthew 28:19
the Son and of the Holy Spirit"
A Culture of Discipleship
Jesus’ final words are captured in Matthew 28, “Go make disciples of all nations.” The discipleship of our children is the heartbeat of BTCM, and is done best through authentic relationships. In many ways, Bless the Children Ministries staff serve as role models for our children, living a life in relationship with Jesus and walking alongside kids so they can do the same. Our prayer is that our kids will pass along the spiritual investment they received to their peers, family, and the community at large. What does discipleship look like?
It looks like staff playing soccer with kids on a Sunday afternoon after church, praying with the children before they go to sleep at night, inviting children to be the hands and feet of Jesus by serving families in the village, reading about Jesus underneath the mango tree, and loving the children when they have a rough day. Our staff encourage our children with Biblical truth, reading it and explaining it, both one-on-one and in group settings.