By God’s grace, we have a plan to visit schools in villages to tell Gospel to a country I shall leave unnamed due to security concern especially with the raising of radicalism.
We divided the target audience into two main groups: kids (6 yrs-12 yes) and teenagers (13 yrs - 18 yrs). We can only target those by religion are Christian. This is the only arrangement government allows (where Christian is minority).
The focus is how to present Christ’s salvation to them. I was assigned to focus to the kids group. Although they are born in Christian family, it is not necessarily their faith is in Christ. As I made my preparation and stood in trial before my friends, one feedback was the potential difficulty for kids to understand the material I presented as I had tendency to share the gospel by trying to engage their logical deduction, by theological questions and answer (probably because I watched Ravi Zacharias video too much ) . This seemed to suite the teenagers group better.
While we don’t undermine Kid’s capability to understand, probably there is truth in that feedback. This brings a question which I have been wresting recently, how to present Christ to small kids? This is also a testament how little knowledge I have about Christ
This is an opened question, any input is appreciated.