How your kids can become E-LIFE Kid Missionaries
The next step after a student has become an E-LIFE Kid is to
become an E-LIFE Kid Missionary to their school. E-LIFE Kid Missionaries receive official
recognition on the E-LIFE Web site.
For the student to become an officially recognized E-LIFE
Kid Missionary, the E-LIFE Coach must verify that the student has completed the
requirements below and submit the following to the National E-LIFE Office:
city and state where the student attends church
completed and parent/guardian-signed Parent/Guardian Publications Release
Form to the National E-LIFE Office.
E-LIFE Kid Missionary Requirements
- Have a personal relationship with Christ Jesus.
- Fulfill the requirements of being an E-LIFE Kid and daily fulfill the
Five Commitments of an E-LIFE Kid.
- Make a public proclamation in church that they want to become an
E-LIFE Kid Missionary. If possible, be commissioned as an E-LIFE
Missionary during an adult service at church.
- Regularly attend church.
- Regularly read their Bible.
- Establish a regular time of talking with (praying to) God.
- Ask the Holy Spirit daily to provide new chances in which the can
share their faith with others.
- Share their faith in some manner at school or in your neighborhood
at least one a week. If possible, get the E-LIFE Witnessing Tool (available from Gospel Publishing
House) and use it to share the E-LIFE Plan with others.
- Meet monthly with their E-LIFE coach.
- Ask their E-LIFE coach for printouts of the E-LIFE Kids Journal. Develop a personal plan with their E-LIFE
coach of how to be a missionary to their school. Write down their
objectives on their E-LIFE Kids Journal.
Review those objectives with their E-LIFE coach and record any new objectives
in their journal.
- Try to make a new friend at least once a month.
- Invite at least one student to church every month.
- Try to organize an E-LIFE club in their school or community. This
may simply include finding a group of students who will pray with them at
least once a week before or after school. It could include an organized
and ongoing E-LIFE club meeting at school or at another location. It could
also include simply meeting on a regular basis with other Christian
friends who want to discuss the Bible and/or do E-LIFE activities--such as
the Extreme Fun games and High Octane devotionals.