Let the Children Come Ministries

Let the Children Come Ministries We are on a mission to make disciples of all nations. Jesus said he would not leave us as orphans. It´s our heart that everyone would come to know Him!



Join us for a full 3 day kickstart in Aberdeen! This is a 3 day course that will start on Friday and end on Sunday. There will be 6 different teachings, baptisms, deliverance, and hands on discipleship. Reserve your seat now. Tenative Schedule:      Friday: 9:30am-9pm      Saturday: 9:30am-9pm      ...

Torben Søndergaard

Torben Søndergaard

Does baptism save us? Yes and no.
It's not "what" saves us, but "who" saves us. See this short teaching about baptism and salvation. It will also answer many misunderstandings out there..

The Last Reformation

The Last Reformation

FULL 3 DAY KICKSTART WEEKEND in the London area! There are 3 weekends to choose from. First kickstart starts TOMORROW! There are only 8 spots left for this weekend. Details are below. Make sure you click on the link and reserve your seat. Free event!

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U.K. here we come!! First stop...London! We are excited to see what doors God opens while we are here.

New and exciting news! A mobile Pioneer Training School is coming to the United States first! But we need your help!
Torben Søndergaard

New and exciting news! A mobile Pioneer Training School is coming to the United States first! But we need your help!

First Pioneer Training school in the US -
Help needed :)

See this new video about something new that soon will start in the states. It will be amazing. :)



JUST A MUSTARD SEED OF FAITH! God is still healing people today and He uses US, disciples of Jesus, to do it! Come on guys, the Bible says we are a royal priesthood! We can do this! I know it's scary to step out in faith, but we will never see the fruit in our life if we don't. If you believe, casting out demons and healing the sick are signs that SHOULD follow. I love you guys, I hope this encourages you!

The Last Reformation

The Last Reformation

120 people baptized in Hannover, Germany! Many got delivered from demons and many were filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke in tongues :) The book of Acts continues!! We love it! :) :)

It's your turn to move ...
It's your turn to move ...

It's your turn to move ...

In any board game there are RULES:   Each player in turn make one move each. James 4:8 - "Draw near to God and He will draw near to you"  Who's turn is it to move? = OURS Who Draws near first? =...

Chris and I were apart of an amazing baptism today! It was incredible. The woman said she had never felt such joy inside...

Chris and I were apart of an amazing baptism today! It was incredible. The woman said she had never felt such joy inside. WOW! God you are so good!

Fantastic baptism - I've never been so happy in my whole life.. 😃😃😃❤️

God is really doing something new at the Jesus Hotel, Denmark. This week we have had 4 people from different places in Denmark that has come over to get baptized and set free.

We have just had 2 fantastic baptisms. God is really restoring people and families and it is so beautiful to see. One was a crazy deliverance and after the baptism she was in shock and was completely new. She did not remember anything of what had just happened. But just stood there and said: I am now experiencing a joy inside I have never had before in my whole life.
It was so beautiful and I also had to shed a tear.😃
There is nothing as great as seeing God set people free and see people born again. The harvest is great, so let's go out there 😉

And it is going very good at the Pioneer training school. Next week we will send people out on missions trips around in Denmark with the gospel, while others are preparing to teach in a kickstart we have next weekend in Jesus hotel. action action action... Love it 😉

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Awesome photos of the Hungary Kickstart! WOW!

Awesome photos of the Hungary Kickstart! WOW!

with Torben Søndergaard

Over 180 people baptized today!! So many people were set free and received the Holy Spirit! Today was amazing and God mo...

Over 180 people baptized today!! So many people were set free and received the Holy Spirit! Today was amazing and God moved so mightily!!


In the Christian life we should be making Disciples! We follow Jesus, do the things He did, and teach others to do the same. He has ALL authority and He gave it to us! WOW! How humbling it is to be used by God! Here is a testimony of what discipleship can do. We spent a month with W***y, our translator in Rwanda. Before we came, he felt a deep yearning inside of him to go out of the church walls and serve God everyday. Although he was discouraged by pastors, friends and family, he knew God was calling him to a deeper purpose. After a few days of intensive training, W***y has now baptized people in water, prayed for people to be baptized in the Holy Spirit, cast out demons and healed the sick many times. We all are called to do this! YOU can do this! Watch a short testimony of how God used W***y in a mighty way.

Torben Søndergaard

Amazing day!!

Wow. Over 180 is now getting baptize in a shopping mall and I have NEVER experienced anything like this. Never 😃😃😃😃

We made it here safely! Kickstart starts tomorrow!! We are up to over 1,400 people coming! Wow! #Gomakedisciples

We made it here safely! Kickstart starts tomorrow!! We are up to over 1,400 people coming! Wow! #Gomakedisciples

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We were able to meet the children in the neighborhood the other day! We got to love on them. They loved us :) Please pra...

We were able to meet the children in the neighborhood the other day! We got to love on them. They loved us :) Please pray for direction on the best way to minister to these people. The language barrier makes it hard to preach the gospel unless you have a translator. Luckily, this day we did. Keep us in your prayers for provision an direction. Thank you!! #Rwanda

A fellow brother in Christ sent this to us this morning to encourage us. We are also, as the writer calls himself, Faith...

A fellow brother in Christ sent this to us this morning to encourage us. We are also, as the writer calls himself, Faith Missionaries. We are not backed by any organization, we are not funded by a church, and we have not even done fundraising. We felt very strongly not to fund raise. One day during prayer time, God promised me that he would not only provide for me but my whole family. I have stood on this word from God and He has never failed me. We have had everything we need and even some things that we just want. I have two examples dear to my heart of God providing my wants. We often hear of God supplying our needs and He has definitely done that. But a Good Father loves to give his children good gifts. First example, I left Denmark on a trip to Germany to minister there. I was told to pack very light (not my strong suit). I decided to leave my bedroom slippers I love so much because I simply didn't have room. When I arrived to my host family's house, she saw me walking in socks and pulled out an extra pair of house slippers that she keeps for guests. I was blown away. I didn't NEED those, but God knew I loved them and provided them anyway. Second example, after returning from Europe, we have spent the last month and a half traveling from place that place. At one particular point, I became very frustrated of living out of bags. God reminded me to focus on the things He had provided so I did. The very next home we stayed in, God showed off again. The lady of the house felt very strongly that she needed to clear out the bathroom drawers, medicine cabinet, the dresser in her children's room, and some closet space for us. She said she has guests all the time and has never felt a need to do this before. It was such a blessing to me to have a place to put our things I almost cried. I did not NEED space to put my things, but God wanted to give it to me anyway. He is a good good father. If God is pulling you and you're afraid to let your life go, don't be afraid. Those who lose their life for Him will find it. Be encouraged! God is FAITHFUL!

From our friend:

Hey Chris and Kristie!

God Speed as you travel to Africa. I was reading about John G. lake recently and there was an excerpt from his life when he took his family to South Africa in obedience to God and it is very encouraging. When I saw your post this morning that today was the day you were leaving for Africa, the Lord quickened this to my mind and I sensed that I should send it to you.

God is always faithful!

John G. Lake – God’s Provision

While I was ministering in a city in northern Illinois, the chore boy at the hotel where we were stopping was inquiring for someone to assist him in sawing down a large tree. I volunteered to assist him. While I was in the act of sawing the tree down, the Spirit of the Lord spoke within my spirit, clearly and distinctly: “Go to Indianapolis. Prepare for a winter campaign. Get a large hall. In the spring you will go to Africa.” I returned to the hotel and told my wife of the incident. She said, “I knew several days ago that your work here was done, for as I prayed, the Spirit said to me, ‘Your husband is going on.’”

One day during the following February, my preaching partner said to me, “John, how much will it cost to take our party to Johannesburg, South Africa?’’

I replied, “Two thousand dollars.”

He said, “If we are going to Africa in the spring, it is time you and I were praying for the money.”

I said, “I have been praying for the money ever since New Year’s. I have not heard from the Lord or from anyone else concerning it.”

He said, “Never mind. Let’s pray again.” We went to his room and knelt in prayer. He led in audible prayer, while I joined my soul in faith and prayer with him. Presently, he slapped me on the back, saying, “Don’t pray anymore, John. Jesus told me just now that He would send us that two thousand dollars, and it would be here in four days.”

A few days later, he returned from the post office and threw out upon the table four five-hundred-dollar drafts, saying, “John, there is the answer. Jesus has sent it. We are going to Africa.”

We purchased tickets from Indianapolis, Indiana, to Johannesburg, South Africa, for the entire party. The gift of money had been sent to Brother H. He read me a clause of the letter. As nearly as I can remember, it said, “While I was standing in the bank at Monrovia, California, the Lord said to me, ‘Send Brother H. two thousand dollars.’ Enclosed find the drafts. The money is yours for whatever purpose the Lord has directed you to use it.” I never knew who the writer of the letter was, as he desired no one else to know.

We left Indianapolis on the first day of April, 1898, my wife and seven children and I and four others. We had our tickets to Africa, but I had no money except $ 1.50 for personal expenses en route. As the train pulled out of the station, a young man ran alongside of the train and threw a two-dollar bill through the window, making $ 3.50. (In today’s economy, the equivalent value is approximately $ 93.)

A young lady, who had been one of our workers, accompanied us as far as Detroit, Michigan. She needed $ 10 to purchase her ticket to her destination. As we rode along, I said to my wife, “When we reach Detroit, I will need $ 10 for Miss W’s railway ticket, and I have no money.” So we bowed our heads and prayed.

I had never taken any of my family or friends into my confidence concerning my affairs. They were not aware of whether I had money or not. However, when we reached Detroit, several friends were waiting to say good-bye. As I stepped off at the station, my brother took me by the arm and walked across the station with me. He said to me, “I trust you will not feel offended, but all day long I have felt that I would like to give you this,” and he slipped a $ 10 bill in my vest pocket. I thanked him, turned about, purchased the young lady’s ticket, and rejoined the party.

Out of my $ 3.50, we purchased some canned beans and other edibles, which we used on the train enroute to St. Johns, New Brunswick, where we took a ship for Liverpool. On leaving the ship, I gave half of this to our waiter as a tip. We remained a week in Liverpool at the expense of the transportation company, waiting for the second ship.

One day, Mrs. Lake said to me, “What about the laundry for our party?”

I replied, “Send it to the laundry. I have no money, but perhaps the Lord will meet us before we need to get it.” Being very busy, I forgot about it entirely. On the last night of our stay in Liverpool, just after I had retired about midnight, my wife said, “How about the laundry?”

I wonder what he was busy doing.

I replied, “I am sorry, but I forgot it.”

She said, “Just like a man. But now, I will tell you about it: I knew you did not have any money, and neither did I. I prayed about it, and after praying, I felt that I should go down to the laundry and inquire what the amount of the bill was. I found it was $ 1.65. As I was returning to the hotel, I passed a gentleman on the street, and presently he said to me. ‘Pardon me, but I feel I should give you this,’ and he handed me a number of coins. I returned to the laundry, counted it out to the laundryman, and found it was just the amount of the bill.”

We rejoiced in this little evidence of God’s presence with us. That next morning, we left by train for London and boarded our ship for South Africa that evening.

When I got on the ship, I had an English shilling. I purchased a shilling’s worth of fruit for the children when our ship stopped at one of the Canary Islands, and the last penny was gone.

Through my knowledge of the immigration laws of South Africa, I knew that before we would be permitted to land, I must show the immigration inspector that I was the possessor of at least $ 125. We prayed earnestly over this matter. About the time we reached the equator, a rest came into my soul concerning it; I could pray no more. When I say I felt that we were “prayed up” on that question, Christians who get answers from God will know what I mean.

About eight or ten days later, we arrived in Cape Town Harbor, and our ship anchored. The immigration inspector came on board, and the passengers lined up at the purser’s office to present their money and receive their tickets to land. My wife said, “What are you going to do?”

I said, “I am going to line up with the rest. We have obeyed God thus far. It is now up to the Lord. If they send us back, we cannot help it.”

As I stood in the line awaiting my turn, a fellow passenger touched me on the shoulder and indicated to me to step out of the line and come over to the ship’s rail to speak with him. He asked some questions and then drew from his pocket a traveler’s checkbook and handed me two money orders aggregating forty-two pounds sterling, or $ 200.

I stepped back into the line, presented my orders to the inspector, and received our tickets to land.

Johannesburg is one thousand miles inland from Cape Town. Throughout the voyage and on the train, we earnestly prayed about the subject of a home. We were faith missionaries. We had neither a missions board nor friends behind us to furnish money. We were dependent on God. Many times during the trip to Johannesburg, we bowed our heads and reminded God that when we arrived there, we would need a home.

God blessed and wondrously answered our prayer.

Upon our arrival at Johannesburg, Brother H. stepped off the train first. I followed. I observed a little woman bustling up, whom I instantly recognized as an American. She said to Brother H., “You are an American missionary party?”

He said, “Yes,

She said, "How many are in your family?"

He replied, "Four."

"No," she said, "you are not the family. Is there any other?"

He said, "Yes, Mr. Lake.”

Addressing me, she said, “How many are in your family?”

I answered, “My wife, myself, and seven children only.”

“Oh,” she said, “you are the family!” I said, “What is it, madam?”

As I recall, her answer was, “The Lord sent me here to meet you, and I want to give you a home.”

I replied, “We are faith missionaries. We are dependent on God. I have no money to pay rent.”

She said, “Never mind the rent. The Lord wants you to have a home.”

That same afternoon, we were living in a furnished cottage in the suburbs, the property of our beloved benefactor, Mrs. O. L. Goodenough, of Johannesburg, who remains to this day our beloved friend and fellow worker in the Lord. She is now a resident of Florida and has visited us in the West.


I know that God has great things in store for you and your family there. You are an inspiration and example to many - thanks for loving Jesus the way you do.

God's grace and blessings

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