Good Life Guides
Primary Health Care
Over 50,000 children die every day from preventable diseases. In order to address this problem, Children’s Medical Ministries has implemented the King’s Kids Good Life Guide. This guide illustrates basic hygiene practices in a coloring book format with appropriate bible verses accompanying each illustration. The Good Life Guides are part of a Health Kit, which also includes a bar of soap, a washcloth, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, and a comb. Each child receives a Health Kit when they participate in the Children’s Health Education Program (CHEP). Good Life Guides are use in Sunday Schools, Kids Clubs and Outreach Camps. They can be used not only as a fun coloring book but also for teaching language skills, developing primary health care habits, scripture memorization and to plant seeds in the hearts of children that God loves them and He wants them to love Him too!
The King’s Kids Good Life Guides in English and Spanish are shown below. In addition to English and Spanish, the Primary Health Care Guides are available in Arabic, French, Portuguese, Creole, Russian, Ukraine, Romanian, Vietnamese, Kenyan-Swahili, and Tanzania-Swahili. The Guides are available in both Caucasian and Negroid format. Donations to the printing fund are always appreciated for this wonderful outreach tool!
Primary Health Care Good Life Guides
To place an order for the guides, please do so by emailing Children’s Medical Ministries at: childmedHIS@gmail.com.
Indicate the language and the number of guides you need.
Primary Health Care Guides~ India
~Demonstrating Tooth Brushing in Algeria
~Primary Health Care Guides- Tanzania
Vitamins are distributed to poor children at the same time as they are taught good
hygiene habits through our Good Life Guides.
Health kits consisting of a bar of soap, a washcloth, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush,
and comb are given to each child.
Multi-chewable vitamins with fluoride have been distributed in Guatemala, Ecuador, Columbia,
El Salvador,Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, Bangladesh, China, India, Costa Rica and East Africa.
The King’s Kids Vitamin Program with deaf students at Philadelphia School for the Deaf.