Step Into My Shoes® curriculum co-designer, Fuller Youth Institute, has found that having generations serve together as families is the best way to nurture a resilient, “sticky faith” in kids. So the Step Into My Shoes experience is packed with opportunities to engage communally, both with church and family.
Step Into My Shoes opens a doorway to the world of the poor — in Uganda and The Philippines. Participants will be drawn into the joy and beauty of these young lives juxtaposed against a backdrop of poverty and lack of opportunity.
This intergenerational, hands-on adventure is designed to nurture spiritual and physical transformation both for those served, and those serving.
Participate in the 4-step KidMin Step Into My Shoes experience at your church and you’ll receive a free Family Take-Home Kit. Here you’ll find everything you need to continue the journey, including guides for 10-15 minute devotional times, videos, activities and more. There are two unique experiences to choose from:
From the landfill in Payatas to the houses on stilts in Luzon, a free pair of VR goggles lets you step inside this world while we dig deeper into what it means to be “called.”
Go deeper with Pastor Tom and family. Enjoy “you-are-there” videos, Uganda-style activities, and devotionals that point us to what it means to have “enough.”