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Keys For Kids Ministries is a children's ministry organization, offering Keys for Kids, Down Gilead Lane, and much more.

Keys For Kids Ministries is a children's ministry organization, offering Keys for Kids, Down Gilead Lane, and much more.

Location:

Pasco, WA

Description:

Keys For Kids Ministries is a children's ministry organization, offering Keys for Kids, Down Gilead Lane, and much more.

Language:

English

Contact:

Keys for Kids Ministries 2060 43rd St SE Grand Rapids, MI 49508 (616) 647-4500


Episodes

The Boat Race

7/14/2020
"Before you leave tomorrow, there's one more thing you must do in Paris," said Sophie. She was strolling along a path in the Luxembourg Gardens with her cousin, Melody. Their parents followed them, discussing the job Sophie's dad had recently accepted in France. "There!" said Sophie as a large basin came into view. Children surrounded it, transfixed by small wooden sailboats meandering through the water. "Let's race sailboats!" Sophie exclaimed. Overhearing the idea, Sophie's dad said, "I'll...

Duration:00:04:29

Faith of a Child

7/13/2020
Eight-year-old Ashley walked into the hospital, timidly holding her mom's hand. "I don't want grandma to die," she said. Mom stopped walking and knelt down next to her. "I know you don't, honey. You love grandma very much. But she's been sick for a long time and hasn't gotten any better, so we need to be prepared." Mom squeezed Ashley's hand. "Remember what we talked about last night?" Ashley nodded. "Since Grandma believes in Jesus, she will have eternal life with Him." She sighed. "I just...

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A New Family

7/12/2020
"It was wonderful seeing you," Mom told Mrs. Johnson after church. "You have a lovely week." "The Johnsons are nice," Sean said as he and his family walked outside. "I'm glad they're back at church." Katelyn tugged on Mom's sleeve. "Where did they get another girl?" "Yeah, I noticed Mrs. Johnson was carrying a toddler I've never seen before when we said hi," said Josiah. "What's up with that?" "The Johnsons adopted a little girl," said Dad. "A-dop-ted?" Katelyn repeated. "What's that?"...

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Humble Yourself

7/11/2020
"Guess what, Mom?" Andrea said as she burst through the door. "The teachers selected me to make the morning announcements for a whole month!" Mom wiped pie dough from her fingers. "That's wonderful, Andrea! I'm happy for you." Andrea frowned. "Happy for me? You should be proud! They picked me over everybody else. My voice must sound incredible when I speak!" Mom rolled her eyes. "Okay, Miss Incredible, I am proud of you, but don't let it go to your head. Go start your homework while I finish...

Duration:00:04:29

They’re Human Too

7/10/2020
Aiden looked up somewhat fearfully when he heard the back door slam. He knew that sound meant his father had come into the house. Dad used to come home in a good mood, eager to talk with his family. But lately he had been so short-tempered and grumpy that Aiden didn't know what to expect. He was almost afraid to be around Dad now, and it made him sad. He felt as if he'd lost his father. Sighing, Aiden gathered his homework from the coffee table and headed to his bedroom. I'll get out of the...

Duration:00:04:29

The Way

7/9/2020
"I will not cry! I have to stay calm," Delaney told herself. They were here just a minute ago. While waiting with her sister and parents for a ride on the roller coaster at the fair, Delaney had gone to get a drink at a nearby water fountain. When she went back, her family had disappeared! Delaney walked up and down the long line of people waiting for rides, but her parents and sister weren't there. "Where are they?" Delaney muttered, choking back a sob. She quickly backtracked to the lunch...

Duration:00:04:29

Help for the Hurting

7/8/2020
Abe watched his brother Moe go into his room and slam the door behind him. Moe was in high school and lately had been acting super moody. Abe was confused by this, as his brother was usually so cheerful. He decided to talk to his grandfather about it. "I don't get it, Grandpa. Did I do something wrong? Moe has been avoiding me lately--or worse, yelling at me and calling me names!" "Has he been acting differently around others as well, or just you?" Grandpa asked. Abe shrugged. "I don't...

Duration:00:04:29

Other Side of the World

7/7/2020
Essie couldn't believe it. "We're moving WHERE?" "This is so cool! I'm moving to AFRICA!" her older brother, Erik, shouted. "I can't believe this is happening!" her sister, Sadie, cried. "Will I have to wear one of those turbans on my head?" "Woo hoo!" their five-year-old brother, Davis, yelled as he ran in circles. "All right, kids, calm down," Dad said. "We don't know if we'll actually be moving yet. But your mom and I feel like the Lord may be leading us to be missionaries in Kenya, and...

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Life in the City

7/6/2020
Christopher and his family had just moved to a small apartment right in the heart of the city so his dad could start a new job. Christopher had never lived in a big city before, and he hadn't lived in an apartment either. He had always lived in a house with lots of room outside to run and play. Now he was living in what he considered to be a box! Christopher found the apartment to be noisy too, especially at night. He always seemed to hear the scariest noises then. "Mom! Dad!" Christopher...

Duration:00:04:29

Still Joyful

7/5/2020
"When are we going to buy an electric ice cream maker?" Ryan asked as he and Dad took turns cranking their old one. Dad grinned. "Not until Old Faithful here quits doing its job. To me, all this work is part of making ice cream." As Ryan took a turn at the crank, he remembered remarks made by one of the boys at school. "Dad, when you were a kid, were you ever laughed at for being a Christian?" "Sometimes," replied Dad. "But as a kid, I was laughed at for lots of reasons. I didn't have many...

Duration:00:04:29

A Measure of Faith

7/4/2020
"Oh, look," said Emery as she and her brother, Ezra, toured Independence Hall with their family. She pointed to a plaque on the wall. "Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love," she read aloud. "I wonder why it's called that." "The city was founded by a man named William Penn," said Dad. "He was a devout Christian who started the settlement in this area as a kind of experiment in holy living. Peace, goodwill, and brotherly love were to be extended to everybody." Ezra nodded. "My class...

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The Sacrifice

7/3/2020
"What's the matter, Kinsley?" Mom asked, surprised to see her youngest child in tears in front of the television. "A bear killed the girl's dog," Kinsley sobbed. Mom put an arm around her. "Oh, honey, it's just a movie. It didn't really happen." Kinsley sniffed. "But it was so sad! It was a story about a girl named Mia. When she got in trouble for disobeying her parents, she decided to run away. She took her dog, Tucker, and went deep into the woods. As they were walking along the path, an...

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Christ, Our Food and Salvation

7/2/2020
Julie's stomach grumbled. It felt like it had been ages since she'd had a bite of food. "Mom, can I have a snack?" she called out. "You just ate lunch. Why do you need a snack?" Mom called back from the dining room where she was cleaning. "That was hours ago!" Julie said. "I'm hungry again." "All right, you can have some fruit snacks. They're in the pantry." Julie hopped up and flew over to the pantry. She grabbed two bags of fruit snacks and went back to the couch. "One bag, please, Julie,"...

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Don't Be a Chicken

7/1/2020
Nolan and Liza followed their grandfather into the chicken yard. "These birds are ready for their dinner," said Grandpa as the chickens clucked loudly. Nolan threw out a handful of grain, and the chickens scrambled to pick it up in their beaks and gulp it down. One of the chickens was having a hard time getting any food. Every time it tried to eat, it was pecked by the others. "Look, Grandpa!" Nolan pointed to a small red spot on the chicken's neck. "That chicken is hurt!" Just then, a big...

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Getting Bumped

6/30/2020
"You jerk!" yelled Adrian. "You spilled your orange juice on my art project, Isaac. Now I'll have to do it all over again." Adrian snatched up his paper. "I wish you weren't my brother!" "I'm sorry," Isaac said, tears filling his eyes. "Hey!" Adrian's voice got louder. "That's not orange juice. It's orange soda! How come you got orange soda and I didn't?" Hurrying into the kitchen, Mom confronted her angry son. "Adrian, you know better than to call your brother names," she said sternly....

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When You Pray

6/29/2020
"Levi?" Mom stood at the door. "Levi!" she said again, but he didn't look up from his computer until she walked over and turned the music down. "Oh, hi, Mom," said Levi. "I didn't hear you come in." Mom nodded. "I just noticed Mrs. Grady struggling out there with her lawn mower. Maybe you could help her with it." "Right now? I'm trying to think of how to earn my last club badge." Levi pointed to his laptop. "It says here it has to be some kind of service to someone in need." As Levi scrolled...

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Not Normal

6/28/2020
"Whee!" Jaret cried. "Out of my way! My horse is galloping through." Danika laughed as four-year-old Jaret zoomed past on his tricycle--a cowboy hat on his head and his western-print bathrobe flapping behind him. "He's having fun!" Mom said from where she and Danika were pulling weeds. Danika's face clouded. "I wish I were a little kid zooming around on my tricycle. I'd rather do that than pull weeds--or study!" "Well, we all need some time to relax and have fun," said Mom. "But you're at a...

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Exciting News!

6/27/2020
Alannah's mom came into the living room and set her Bible, which was stuffed with notes and church bulletins, on the table with a loud thump. "Alannah, why don't you take a break from your homework so we can have devotions? We need to read about what happens to Elijah in the wilderness!" Alannah groaned. "Can't we do it later, Mom?" she said, repositioning her mom's computer on her lap. "I need to finish researching birds for this paper I have to write." "That's what you said an hour ago,"...

Duration:00:04:29

Under the Fig Tree

6/26/2020
Yum!" Creed said, smacking his lips. "I sure do love your fig jam, Grandma." "I can see that." His grandmother chuckled. "Have some more." "Where do you get all these figs from again?" Creed asked as he reached for another homemade biscuit. Grandma looked out her kitchen window and pointed. "See those trees in the backyard? They were there when your grandpa and I moved into this house fifty years ago. A fig tree can grow to be fifteen feet high, and its branches can spread as much as...

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It Still Hurts

6/25/2020
Chase wished he had listened to his mom when she told him not to jump his bike over the ramp he had built with planks of wood--but jumping his bike was fun! I'll do it just one more time, he thought when Mom went into the house. So he tried it again. The planks shot up as he hit the ramp, and all he could remember after that was the pain. "Mom, I'm so sorry," Chase said through tears after the doctor had set the two broken bones in his arm. "I shouldn't have disobeyed you." "I forgive you,"...

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