VBS Team Geek of the Week: Jerry Wooley

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This week's Geek of the Week is Jerry Wooley! If you have been to any Preview Event, you would have seen him on stage or running around making sure everything is running smoothly. You might also see him as he travels the country training people for VBS. What is your role on the VBS team? I am the VBS Ministry Specialist, which basically means I am responsible for VBS training events such as Preview, as well being the representative for ... Continue Reading

Welcome to Our New Website!

Welcome to our new website and blog! We're excited about our new look and we hope that this site makes it easier for you to find all the VBS information you need for 2015. Check out our Biblical Content page to get a look at what your kids will be learning each day. Then stop by the Rotations page to see the Tangled Branch Tree House, Shady Grove, and other fun locations. And last but not least, you've all been asking for it, click here to preview all of the music for Journey Off the Map! ... Continue Reading

VBS Team Geek of the Week: Rhonda VanCleave

Today's team VBS Geek of the Week is our fearless leader! She's the one who tries to keep all of us on schedule. Here's Rhonda VanCleave! What is your role on the VBS team? I am the publishing team leader. It is a lot like herding cats. I am responsible for making sure we have a theme and content every year. I also work with the team to divide up all the responsibilities so that all the pieces happen. What was your "geekiest" moment? Using two Arctic Edge large inflatable moose at our ... Continue Reading

What to Save for Crafts in 2015

It's that time of year again, you've finished VBS 2014 and may be wondering why think about VBS 2015. Because it's never too early to start saving supplies and get a head start. With that in mind I am going to give you a top ten list of items to start saving:       Burlap Dowel rods Old crayons (ones that the paper can be peeled from) Smooth river rocks Small candy tins with lids 5x7 frame mats Pencil cap erasers Ribbon, twine, or raffia Dried flowers or ... Continue Reading