Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Summer Family Ideas

Looking for summer ideas for your family?
Here's a 1-page pdf with many ideas you can do!

Summer Family Ideas!

The ideas are divided into 4 sections, which are the 4 ways you can leverage summer for and with your family.

Think Big: do one big family summer adventure. Thinking big doesn't mean thinking expensive. Get creative!

Think Small: do small, easy, consistent things every week throughout summer.

Think Me: do individual activities this summer to give everyone a chance to step back, slow down, relax, and enjoy individual hobbies.

Think All: do something for the people around you to get to know them, help them, and serve them.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Parent Survey 2019

We need your help! If you haven't already, could you please fill out our Parent Survey? It would help us know what parent resources you want and what family events your family would enjoy attending.

Click this link! Parent Survey 2019

As a thank you for filling out this survey, here's a free lockscreen or wallpaper for your phone (right click to download or save). May it remind you that we are praying God's blessings for your family. Enjoy!

Friday, June 29, 2018

RSVP for our FREE Disney Family VBS!

Mark your calendars and join us!

Sing and dance, play games, and win prizes!

All ages are welcome!
Come dress up in your Disney gear!

This FREE event is filling up fast. 

RSVP Today!

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

The Christmas Experience

In just a few short weeks we will enter the “most wonderful time of the year” which unfortunately, many of us know as the most overwhelming and stressful time of the year. To help you beat the madness and start the holidays right, on Saturday, December 2, HICC Kingdom Kids will host The Christmas Experience—a fun and interactive event designed to give your family a chance to catch your breath and reclaim the warmth and peace of Christmas.

The Christmas Experience is made up of three separate activities. Your family can register just for one of them or for all three. The three activities that make up The Christmas Experience are: The Manger Project, Gingerbread Creations and Christmas Cookie Contest.

The Manger Project is a fun and interactive Christmas tradition that helps families focus on the true meaning of Christmas while building a manger. This event gives parents a chance to teach their kids hard work, perseverance, and most importantly, why the manger (God coming to earth as a baby) is so important to their faith. Bring your hammer and your kids, and let your heart be captured by the wonder of the lowly manger.

REGISTER for The Manger Project:

Gingerbread Creations is a chance for families to slow down amidst the holiday frenzy and enjoy meaningful moments with their children while working on cookie and candy structures. Your hands will be messy, but your hearts will be merry!

REGISTER for Gingerbread Creations:

Christmas Cookie Contest is a friendly competition between families. Can you bake a cookie that will wow our judges and win the Ultimate Christmas Cookie Award?

REGISTER for Christmas Cookie Contest:

Saturday, March 18, 2017

A Little Video to Say Hello

We, at Kingdom Kids, are excited and grateful to all those who signed up during the Ministry Fair to join us in reaching families for Jesus. Here's a little video to welcome our new, awesome leaders. If that's not you, why isn't it you??? It's not too late to join. Find Ms. Angela on Sunday and tell her you're in!

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

The Story Behind Valentine's Day

How Valentine's Day started is still a mystery with no 100% historical proof, but there is a permeating story of St. Valentine. He was a Roman priest under Emperor Claudias, who prohibited the marriage of young people because he believed unmarried soldiers were better than married soldiers since they didn't have to worry about what would happen to their wives and children if they died in battle.

Valentine lived in a society where polygamy was popular, but also where many people were attracted to the Christian faith. Since marriage is sacred to God, Valentine wondered how to address the polygamy problem. He encouraged the people to marry under the Christian church and obey God's laws and plans for marriage. He married people in secret because of Claudias' law.

Valentine was eventually caught and eventually died. There are many legends about what he did while in prison, but what we can learn from him today remains the same.

Marriage is sacred to God. We need to uphold marriage vows and commitments. The 7th of the 10 Commandments states that you should not commit adultery. Why is this so important to God? Because as the Church, we are the Bride of Christ. Marriage is a shadow of our relationship with God.

Unions and covenants are very important to God. He is a faithful God who never breaks His promises to us. When we break our promises to Him, it's hurtful and leads us away from God and His wonderful plans for us. How blessed are we that God loves us so much that He's waiting for us with open arms! He forgives us if we repent. He leads us if we listen.

Today, on Valentine's Day, let's celebrate love. Let us celebrate God who is Love personified, and worship Him for loving us. As God pours His love on us, let us love those around us. Let us allow God's love to flow through us.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Get a Look Ahead

We believe family is primary. That means parents and guardians are the primary nurturer's of children's faith. So instead of informing them what children learned, we want to inform them of what children will learn in church. This way, they can learn the same things at home that they learn in church. This creates an environment where the family and the church have similar conversations about God, the Bible, and Christian life. We're on the same page!

So we created Look Ahead posts on our Facebook page published every Monday morning. We also created a new Look Ahead Monthly Guide so parents and guardians have the entire lesson for the entire month. Download it below!

Look Ahead Monthly Guide for February 2017:

The link to the monthly guide will stop working when the month is over. If you want a past monthly guide, please contact us and we can send it to you!