You can help kids become missionaries in Nepal

By September 13, 2023

Nepal (MNN) — Keys for Kids Ministries lost 350 audio units it calls Storytellers in a Nepal fire last November.

Damages from the November fire.
(Photo courtesy of Keys for Kids Ministries)

One year later, God is blessing the work beyond expectation. “We have another 100 [Storytellers] that will be delivered sometime in November [2023,]” Keys for Kids’ Greg Yoder says.

Keys for Kids lost roughly $12,000 worth of resources in the Nepal fire. Then, God came to the rescue. The Lord worked through generous donors to cover the damages.

“We were also able to get new ones replaced, which was awesome,” Yoder says.

Preloaded with Scripture and Keys for Kids devotionals, Storytellers are audio devices for group listening. More about that here.

Keys for Kids partners say the Storytellers work much better than written materials for evangelism and discipleship.

“In Nepal, they’re oral learners, and they just love the Keys for Kids Storytellers,” Yoder says.

Storytellers help kids share their faith and grow in Christ in other locations. Pray this trend continues in Nepal.

“They’re able to become disciple-makers, and we’re seeing people of other faiths coming to faith in Jesus Christ because of the Storytellers,” Yoder says.

“Kids are listening to the stories and memorizing them, and then within hours, they can regurgitate the stories, including the Scripture.”

Help Keys for Kids Ministries send another batch of Storytellers to Nepal here.

“We’re appealing to people to support Keys for Kids Ministries because time is short. When we have open doors for sharing the Gospel, we need to move,” Yoder says.



Header and story images courtesy of Keys for Kids Ministries.