The Great Commission is too big for anyone to accomplish alone and too important not to try to do together. The International Day for the Unreached is May 31. 2020 and we are asking you to get involved. Start by praying for those who have never heard of Jesus. Second—spread the word! Tell your family and friends and don’t be afraid to get your church involved. We have many resources that you can use to help you.
Churches naturally desire to plant more churches! By equipping leaders to strategically view children’s ministry as the starting point for new churches, we offer an approach that we believe can transform church planting around the world.
Children are the most open to the gospel message. Since 50% of the world’s population is under the age of 25, doesn’t it make sense to focus attention on introducing kids to Christ? Imagine planting churches by reaching children first and then building bridges to their parents…
Even in traditionally unreachable regions, children’s ministry becomes a magnet for parents, extended families, and communities who are drawn to the infectious joy of children who know they are loved by Jesus!
Proverbs 22:5 says, “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.”
Traditionally, church growth efforts have been focused on adults. An important question to ask is simply this: “What could happen if we reached a child first?”
Could that child potentially reach his family for God? Can children be instrumental to starting new churches? Could we develop such a strong foundation in this child that not only will he not turn away from God, but be used by God for the growth of the Kingdom?
ZimZam Global is about transformation… We’re transforming the concept of impacting international communities through what we call “CPR” — Church Planting Remixed.
It’s about realizing the universal potential and power of children to impact their families through their personal encounters with Christ. Children becoming a catalyst that can help trained leaders engage and mobilize new believers. And, as new churches are planted, they can help transform their communities from the bottom up.