Create-Your-Own VBS

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As we heard from Jerry yesterday, it’s not too early to start prepping for VBS 2015. If you’re looking for something different this year, we’d love for you to check out Zip for Kids. Zip for Kids provides an opportunity to create-your-own VBS that is perfect for your church, your community, your “zip.” You decide the theme. You decide the schedule. You decide which track options to offer. With Zip for Kids, we provide the options (Bible study content, videos, music, track options, and more) ... Continue Reading

Share Your VBS Story

  Summer is winding down, kids are heading back to school, and for the most part, you have wrapped VBS 2014.  That means it’s time to start sharing your stories.  One of our favorite parts of VBS is hearing how God is using you to change the lives of kids and make an impact in your community. So, out with it!  We want to hear the funny stories, the sweet stories, the life-changing stories, and anything else you want to share.   Leave your story in the comments below and it could be ... Continue Reading

5 Reasons My Pastor Loves VBS!

Hey guys. I’ve always been impressed with my pastor’s involvement in VBS, so I asked him if he would share a bit about why he, as Senior Pastor, thinks being involved in VBS is a good thing. Here’s what he said: 1. VBS gives the pastor a chance to be directly and almost exclusively engaged with the children in ways that he can’t be on Sunday morning. Reflecting on Jesus’ blessing of the children, one of the easiest ways a pastor can be like Jesus is to be involved in VBS! 2. VBS gives ... Continue Reading

Agency D3 Missions Update

We hope your kids enjoyed learning about Liam and his family and Mary and Abraham during their time in the Map Room at VBS. You can learn more about what Liam has been up to by clicking here.  And if you want to hear more about the work at Connexxion click here for an update. During the week of VBS we challenged kids to go out and complete their own "Special Assignment" as part of their Missions experience. We would love to hear about any reports you received from your special agents (kids) ... Continue Reading