International Ministry to Children
Ministry to Children
God’s Word is filled with admonitions to love our children and to help them come to know their Creator in a personal way. One of the characteristics we see in the life of Jesus recorded in the Bible is the way He consistently demonstrated His love specifically to children (Mark 10:13-16). His example was unmistakable and is compelling to us today in our ministry to children.
EGM was born out of a response to God’s love for children and His Church. We are dedicated to reflecting this sincere love. EGM leaders are Christians who follow Christ’s example in loving children. EGM’s training materials and Bible teaching resources are filled with reminders that biblical children’s ministry is built on the foundation of a warm relationship with children.
Since it was founded in 1993 in Poland, EGM has expanded to serve in thirteen countries: Mexico, U.S. Hispanic churches, Chile, Peru, Argentina, Egypt, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Belarus, Ukraine, Uganda, and Democratic Republic of Congo. Currently, there are over 25,000 children’s workers trained and equipped by EGM, representing over 4,000 churches.
The Crucible Project is an initiative designed to evaluate our ministry. Are we truly transforming children in Christ through His Church?
The Internet Curriculum Initiative is a means to cast a wider net of impact to help churches.
The Ministry Toolbox features development programs designed to help national ministries support children's workers serving in churches.
The Titus Project encourages national Christian communities to take ownership of and support their national ministry teams.