32, 4, and 6

23 07 2007

We are in the midst of raising funds for our kids wing remodel. So we made a video to highlight the value of children’s ministry.

This powerful statistic comes from George Barna’s book “Transforming Children Into Spiritual Champions”. I have quoted it below.

George Barna reported that “the greatest evangelistic window currently available is among young children.” According to the data gathered, children, ages 5 through 13 have a 32 % probability of coming to Christ while teenagers and adults have just a 4% and 6% probability respectively of doing so. Barna continued in the report to state “that if a person does not accept Christ as savior before the age of 14 the likelihood of ever doing so is slim.”

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6 responses

24 07 2007
Rob Bradbury

Fantastic clip Sam
genius, well done!
All the best with the new wing

24 07 2007
Marty

Great video. I am going to make my whole leadership team watch it! Great encouragement for those of us who work with Children’s ministry.

25 07 2007
Marian

Inspired use of the Barna statistic. Your video made me remember why I am a minister to children.

26 07 2007
Kidologist.com » 32? 4? or 6?

[…] to share these awesome videos made by children’s pastors. The first is from the blog of Sam Luce who creatively demonstrates the value of a local church investing in children’s ministry, and […]

26 07 2007
Karl Bastian

I blogged your video!
http://kidologist.com/?p=429

Great job!

3 08 2007
Matt McKee

I know I am late but I just thought I would tell you good job on this. Also, I didn’t think you were that metro. My respect for you just went up 5 degrees.

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