King’s Kids engaging families around the world

King's Kids has become an international hit.

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A children’s TV program launched by Adventist Media Australia in response to the 2020 lockdowns is now broadcast in more than 70 countries worldwide.

King’s Kids has become an international hit over the past 12 months as it has filled a gap in quality Christian TV content for children.

Hope Channel South Pacific director Pastor Wayne Boehm said the program was designed to assist and minister to families during the first extended COVID-19 lockdowns last year and it has continued to be produced weekly since then.

Now in its seventh season, King’s Kids is making an impact not only around the South Pacific, but in places like Thailand, Canada, Peru, the United Kingdom, Russia, the United States, Serbia and Japan. In fact, it’s broadcast in more than 70 countries around the globe through Hope International.

“We are continually getting requests from various countries to use the program and have it translated in their own language,” Pastor Boehm said. “The most recent request was from a local church in the Caribbean who wanted to use it as part of a Vacation Bible School program.

King’s Kids is also being used in Adventist schools and by local churches in their Sabbath services.”

Pastor Daron Pratt’s popular Balloon Kaboom segment.

The program is a collaboration between Adventist Media, the South Pacific Division (SPD) and Abide Ministries. Created to go hand-in-hand with the Gracelink children’s Sabbath school lessons, it features puppets, balloon animals, singing, craft, storytelling, health and nature segments.

“The exciting thing is that our audience is not only Adventists, but King’s Kids is reaching a wider demographic in the community,” Pastor Boehm said.

Facebook feedback demonstrates the positive impact the show is having on families. “Our girls have loved these [programs]!” posted one mum. “We now have them watch them while we do our adult Sabbath school Zoom and it’s such a comfort to know they are watching something of value.”

To celebrate 50 consecutive episodes of King’s Kids, representatives from the SPD, including president Pastor Glenn Townend, visited the Cooranbong studios (North New South Wales) where King’s Kids is produced, and met the team behind the program.

“The thing I like most about King’s Kids is that my grandsons like the program and learn how to be a disciple of Jesus from the content,” Pastor Townend said.

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South Pacific Division representatives meet the team behind the show.
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