by Summer Kelley
In Poland's oldest city, Kalisz, 15 children were given the opportunity to take Bible course given by Kalisz Baptist Church.
In this course, these 15 children learned about, sin, the cross and salvation. On the last meeting, they were given a Bible.
Caring for Children
Tomek cares deeply about the children in his city.
Tomek says, "We are looking to the future, I believe that they can be the future of our church. Please pray for them, let seeds grow and bring fruit."
As Director of Bread of Life Kalisz and Pastor of Kalisz Baptist Church, he has spearheaded several other ways to reach and value the children of Kalisz.
Last December, he and his team organized Christmas at the Square, for the benefit of several children of Kalisz suffering from terminal or serious conditions.
He has also led his church in giving their city an annual "Children's Day" where families are valued and can have fun together. In June 2015, the second annual Children's Day was held in Kalisz.
Bread of Life co-Founder, Richard Nungesser helping make the Children's Day event a great time for the kids!
Will you join us in lifting up the children who have benefitted from these events in prayer?
Summer Kelley is a writer living in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and three kids. She’s had the honor and privilege of telling ITMI’s stories since 2006. She’s a homeschooling mom and a T-shirt and jeans aficionado who likes all things simple. When she’s not writing or homeschooling, you can find her honing her skills as what some might call a "suburban survivalist" as she learns to thrive in the suburbs with 3 kids. As a productivity and organizing enthusiast, she may or may not spend hours attempting to use technology to "save time.” Summer loves reading, the outdoors and Coca-Cola Classic from the fountain.