Keys for Kids

Walk like an Egyptian.

Posted on 11/21/2017 by Greg Yoder

I was in Egypt recently planning for the Keys for Kids Arabic translation. Kids in Egypt NEED your support, as they need Jesus. But while I was there, I met a taxi driver who said, “Most Americans are nicer than Egyptians.” He’s never been out of Egypt, so how would he know? I told him, well, he’d be surprised. And, as he was telling me how nice I was, I was thinking to myself, “I’m nice because I really am concerned about his heart.” I also couldn’t help but think about how many American Christians don’t even think about lost people around them, let alone in Egypt. As parents, we need to be talking about this with our kids. If we’re not, how are they ever going to get a passion to reach the lost?

Suggested Reading: Romans 1:16, 1 Corinthians 9:16

Keys for Kids Parent Minute is a one-minute daily feature, hosted by Greg Yoder, the executive director of Keys for Kids Ministries. Amidst a vast sea of parenting experts, Greg is a real parent who’s had successes and failures raising kids. Greg shares the good and the bad about raising his own four kids–three of which are now adults. He’s a real parent and grandparent, talking to real parents and grandparents about real issues facing kids and their families today.

Keys for Kids Ministries
PO BOX 1001
Grand Rapids, MI 49501
(616) 647-4500
Toll-Free Order Line: (888) 224-2324
Email us
Stay In Touch
Let us keep you updated on what's new at Keys for Kids Ministries. Also receive exclusive coupons! Sign Up Now!