Youth Ordination

Youth Ordination – Children Minister

Youth Ordination

My name is Crystal and I am receiving my youth ordination for Children’s ministry. I am 29 years of age, I reside in a small town in Pennsylvania. I am a childcare professional. I have been in the childcare field for nearly nine years now. I have worked the past three years in a church facility and have been teaching children from age one to five about the love of Jesus.

I have been involved with several children and youth ministries over the last five years, including some teen outreach programs. I am an older sister of three younger youths and love watching them grow, and being an active part of their lives.

I began my Christian walk with the Lord when I was very young; I was five years old when I chose to give my heart to the Lord. At the age of six I was called to ministry, as I got older I started feeling as though I were called to the broken and abandoned children, youth, and young adults.

Now that I have had the Deacon Ministry Ordination training this training will help me continue with my work with youth on a broader level. Currently, I am in the works of developing a youth program for the church I am employed at. I wish to create a place for kids in our community that feel “lost” and alone to have a place of safety and learn of God’s unending, unconditional love.

As a young child, I tried to set up “backyard Bible schools” for the children in my neighborhood. I also created sermons that I would preach on the picnic table in my backyard. I have the vision to set up a school that teaches children to learn their creative craft and uses it in a ministry for children by the children. I plan to use my training to reach the broken, abandoned, and hopeless youth and young adults. I believe that with the scholarship provided by CLI I will have the education I need to reach the people in my area that are hopeless and need to know about God’s love.

The education that I receive from CLI will provide me with the training I would otherwise not be able to afford to be able to make my vision of the school a reality. I am excited to follow God’s calling for my life. With my ministry youth ordination, I will be able to put specific principles into place while ministering to our most precious gifts, our children, the future of tomorrow. I ask my brothers and sisters in Christ to pray for the lonely and confused youth that they all find a place to learn of their Father God and his love.

Henry Reyenga
Author: Henry Reyenga

Henry Reyenga is president of Christian Leaders Institute and Christian Leaders Alliance.