- PowerClubs are conducted weekly or bi-weekly and follow a simple but effective pattern which we call the Five-Step KIMI Pattern of Children's Ministry in conducting a full children's worship service as opposed to a Sunday School format. Each of these elements play an important part into opening up the heart of a child to be receptive to the presence of God. This is an excellent format used by many children's ministries, but when coupled with the three KIMI Core Values, and the KIMI curriculums, it is a winning combination for your children and keeps every service exciting and meaningful.
- 1) Fun games and high energy contests
- 2) Lively praise and worship,
- 3) Teaching the meat of God's word through the use of KIMI Curriculums
- 4) Equipping the little saints (helps found in the KIMI Curriculums)
- 5) Altar times where children encounter the presence of God (helps found in the KIMI Curriculums).
- Every meeting has a strong emphasis on giving the children an opportunity to be grounded in strong biblical teaching and then encountering the presence of God in various ways at some point in the service.
- Every lesson gives children the deeper truths of the scriptures. This is done through the use of curriculums published by Kids in Ministry International. Every child is taught to hear the voice of God, heal the sick, become prayer warriors and intercessors, share their faith and operate in the gifts of the Spirit. In short, they are activated into the believers’ ministries as described in Matthew 28:19-20, Mark 16:15-16, and Acts 2:16-17.
Bringing Kids Into the Holy of Holies
- Behind the concept of the Five Step KIMI Pattern of Ministry is the idea that when we begin our PowerClub services, we are in the "outer court" where the "body and soul" of the child is engaged in fun, laughter, games, and high energy activity.
By the end of the service, we deliberately create an atmosphere where the children are able to go into the "holy of holies" of God's presence and allow their spirits to be completely captured by the heart of God.
- As we settle them down to listen to the teaching,we are bringing them into "the inner court," where their "soul and spirit" begin to be pulled into deeper thought and spiritual relevance.