The Journey to VBS 2015 Begins!

Journey Off The Map™   Set out on a journey to uncharted territory where kids will encounter the unexpected waiting around every bend. Imagine discovering new plants, flowers, or trees and seeing amazing scenery from brand new vantage points. What excitement! Sounds beautiful, right?   In 2015 God has led us to take our content outline a little “off the map.” We jump in with both feet on Day 1 by introducing Jesus as our ultimate Guide and sharing how to have a personal relationship ... Continue Reading

It's Not Too Late to Plan a Backyard Kids Club

While it may be a little late to begin planning a full-fledge Vacation Bible School, it is definitely not too late to plan for one or more Backyard Kids Clubs (BKC). In case you haven't heard, Backyard Kids Clubs (also known as Backyard Bible Clubs) are an excellent way to expand the reach of your church and your VBS far beyond the neighborhoods directly surrounding the church campus. Like VBS, BKCs are by nature evangelistic and create an excellent opportunity to connect families to the ... Continue Reading

6 Ways to Continue the Connection

Many times VBS is the catalyst that brings people into church when they otherwise would not step in the door. However, many times when the week is over things go back to business as usual. When this happens we miss out on a great opportunity to reach out and bring people into the fold and help them build a relationship with their Savior. Consider some to these ideas to help build on the foundation set during VBS. Offer a "next step" for VBS guest and their families. Utilize the parenting ... Continue Reading

Was Jesus Really God's Son?

This summer at VBS, we will work through some very difficult questions... questions that can make or break a person's faith...questions that can build a solid foundation for giving a defense for what you believe. It may scare you to death to introduce these questions to your VBS goers, but these concepts are absolutely pivotal to kids developing a faith of their own that they will carry on with them throughout their lives. 5 Reasons Your Kids Need To Answer Hard Questions: 1. Your kids may not ... Continue Reading