The conversion of a child

29 June 2020


Salvation for all

The Bible makes no restrictions on who is affected by the offer of salvation (John 3.16). As soon as a child is aware of his sin, he needs to reconcile with his Creator.

For this conversion to be “held,” the child must be taken seriously in his or her approach, then supported, encouraged and educated in a manner appropriate to his or her abilities. This is where the monitor’s intervention is crucial for many children.

The monitor intervenes at the most favorable moment in the life of a human being to receive the gospel. Did you know that it is estimated that 80% of the Christians converted in childhood?

The few hours we spend with the children each week must count in their lives, and it is entirely possible, with the lord’s help!


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