Do you remember getting your first Bible? Full of pictures, vibrant colors, tales of a flood, a beautiful garden, and Jesus walking on water? Then you became older, but that Bible never changed, but you did, as you discovered a new spark you had never experienced before: reading truths about love, peace, forgiveness of sins, contentment and joy that is made available through the Savior named Jesus Christ. We all have that favorite Bible that brought us those truths, that we take with us to go to church on Sunday, Bible study on Wednesday, or a sweet morning quiet-time read. But that feeling is one that many children in Guatemala, do not have. Not because they do not have the resources to get a Bible, but because their parents forbid them from bringing one into their home. However for a church within the city, this cultural barrier does not stop them. Funded by Kingdom Missions Fund, a children’s ministry called Child’s Kingdom, was started for the purpose of teaching children the gospel, making it an interactive and fun experience, while their parents are at work. Children from all over the city, ages 2-13 come to the church and spend the day singing songs, learning stories and cultivating meaningful relationships with other believers. Every week, one of the most exciting activities for the children is to have a home cooked meal prepared by the staff. The church volunteers and staff get together and make a delicious, healthy meal for the children, serving them. This is just one of the many ways that Child’s Kingdom shows the love of Christ to the day campers. Child’s Kingdom has helped many children find Christ and has brought many families to faith from the church staff showing their children love and care.