The Scripture is clear; God loves every boy and girl and wants them to be saved. Our response to Jesus’ command to “GO” is one of ACTION! Children’s Ministries International’s ACTION PLAN represents Six Strategic Steps of Faith.
|A||Advocates for Worldwide Children’s Ministry|
|C||Create Global Partnerships|
|T||Transform Lives in the 4 to 14 Window|
|I||International Leadership Development|
|O||Open Resource Sharing|
|N||Network of Kids’ Retreat Directors|
STEP 1: Advocates for Worldwide Children’s Ministry
CMI champions ministry to the whole child (spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical) and to every boy and girl on the planet. We are prayerfully exploring new ideas and innovative models, creating space for the Holy Spirit to guide and expecting unplanned and miraculous outcomes.
STEP 2: Create Global Partnerships
CMI encourages Kingdom-minded networking, sharing and collaboration for the larger vision of seeing millions of children worldwide come to know and follow Christ.
STEP 3: Transform Lives in the 4 to 14 Window
CMI’s focus is on the people-group most open to the gospel…children ages 4 to 14. We are co-laborers with Christ, under His headship, and collaborating with Him in His transformational mission to raise up a new generation from the 4 to 14 Window to transform the world.
STEP 4: International Leadership Development
As participants in the “1 for 50 Initiative,” CMI shares the vision of equipping one outreach and discipleship leader for every 50 children around the world. We are developing leaders globally through vision casting, training, networking and resource-information sharing.
STEP 5: Open Resource Sharing
CMI is committed to giving away information, training and resources in order to pass on the tools and knowledge that enable these gifts to multiply.
STEP 6: Network of Kids’ Retreat Directors
CMI provides leadership, training and “hands-on” support to volunteer recruits who organize and lead three-day, two-night evangelistic camps for 8 to 12 year-old children, known as Weekend Kids’ Retreats.