Learning about missions can be fun! The Logos Hope invited more than two hundred children on board to learn more about the different countries in the world and the ministries that Logos Hope does in those countries in an enjoyable way.
Children were divided into groups to visit four stations - Asia, Europe, Africa and South America. Each child had a “passport” with them to collect stamps as they visited the different continents and prayed for the nations. In the “Asia” station, children were shown a demonstration of the Logos Hope water purifier system and even tried drinking the clean water produced. In the “South America” station, they were introduced to football, a sport that can be easily used to connect with people. Dominic Haede (Germany) took care of one group of children and was glad that they really enjoyed the programme. “It would have been even better if we had more time to get to know the children more,” he shared.
Hosts of the event, Dan and Suzie Potter (USA), have spent the last 27 years mobilising young people and adults to get involved all over the world. They performed an illusion that cleverly illustrated how Jesus can help them share more about the Gospel. Suzie also shared about her calling for mission that she received at the young age of 12. Pray that the seeds for mission have been planted in this next generation; no one knows what God can do with them!