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KIDLink International

In the summer of 2013, the Doyle’s were invited to partner with Jay and Debbie Risner of KidLink International.

Currently, KidLink ministers to children and trains children’s ministries Leaders in 10-12 countries each year! With this new partnership, KidLink has the potential to be in 16-18 countries each year!

You can read a brief overview of what KidLink is all about below – or you can visit the website to find out more!

What Is KidLink International?

Kidlink International is a worldwide children’s ministry that connects kids to Christ through dramas, skits, games, illusions, and stories. Led by missionaries Jay and Debbie Risner, Kidlink is an Assemblies of God World Missions (AGWM) organization that encompasses several tools for reaching childre10392589_10204840798289322_6366124141865032878_nn with the Gospel, including Rainbow Surprise, KidsQuest and PowerMark Comics.

Jamie and Jennifer Doyle have recently joined the KidLink Team and will be partnering with the Risner’s in developing this ministry even further!

What Does KidLink Do?

We believe in connecting kids to Christ all around the world, physically and spiritually, through TV and media, the written word, kid’s crusades, school assemblies, teacher training, drug-free programs, water wells, kids camps and more. We believe we can change a country when we link a child to Christ.

What Ministries Does KidLink Operate?

Kidlink operates three families of ministries:

Kids Quest (Programs we train children’s ministry leaders to do) :

  • Classic
  • Express
  • Drug Free

PowerMark Comics (Discipleship/Evangelical Materials in a comic book format)

  • Seeker Series
  • Adventure Series

Rainbow Surprise (Currently seen/expereiced by hundreds of thousands of children in East Africa and Eastern Europe)

  • Television Series
  • Kids Extravaganza