We had a great day in Hero Factory on Sunday in both Richmond and Barnard Castle. We continued on with our Be the Hero theme and we are already hearing stories of kids starting to live the life of a hero.
On Sunday we talked about how every superhero has a superpower. If that is strength, being able to create force fields, being faster than the speed of light or even flying we talked about how with these superpowers the heroes had the power to change situations when they used them.
As Christians and as Hero Factory we have the power to change a situation and one way we can do that is through prayer. We shared lots of examples of prayers that have been prayed and answered, as we shared these the kids faith started to rise as they knew that with God in their life they can come to him and pray for a situation to change.
We spent some time praying for opportunities to change the world, through the goat we are buying and the conversations we have with people.
One child who recently did a project at school on church invited his teacher to church, why, because they are a hero and they have the power to change a situation. We have also seen other kids inviting their friends and the kids that cause trouble to come to kids club on a Tuesday, why, because as Hero Factory we have the power to change a situation and we need to be the hero.
This week many of our kids are doing test and SATS and they are going into those exams knowing that they are heroes and that with God they can do all things.
I love Hero Factory and the faith, boldness and courage they have to go into a situation and to change it.
Parents spend some time encouraging your kids to BE THE HERO this week in their life.