What's New With KidEvent Pro?

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Did you know you can use KidEvent Pro for more than just VBS? Many of you over the past year have begun using KidEvent Pro to manage VBS, summer camp, Parents Night Out, retreats, and even weekly programming. Your feedback has allowed us to update some of the functionality to better suit your needs. And the best part is, we're not done yet! You'll continue to see improvements based on your suggestions... so keep them coming! Here are the main changes taking place in KidEvent Pro this ... Continue Reading

Zip Tracks for I Am

Zip for Kids™: I Am. . . has launched and just like the first volume God Is. . . this volume contains some awesome tracks to engage kids of all ages. Sure you'll still see some of your favorites like Kitchen Concoctions with new recipes and debriefs to each sessions' biblical content, but check out these awesome new additions: Play It—Volleyball and Baseball Create It—Photography Perform It—Praise Band and Ballet Live It—new activities and service projects Of course we still have ... Continue Reading

It's Time to Pray for VBS Down the Street and Around the World

The third Sunday of May (17th) is National Day of Prayer for VBS. The day serves as a reminder that the transformational ministry of Vacation Bible School is Kingdom work. The mission and impact of VBS is far greater than just one church, one denomination, or one country. It's a day to pause from the hurried pace of preparation to reflect on why we do VBS in the first place, and it's a time to give thanks for the results of previous Bible schools and the potential of schools to ... Continue Reading

Thursdays Are For Training - Don't Forget the Details

The countdown has started, and for many churches VBS begins in five short weeks. Once workers are enlisted it is important to make sure each one receives training that not only relieves fear and anxiety, but insures the week is a winning experience for everyone involved. A necessary aspects of training is covering the all-important details that are unique to your VBS - the who, what, when, where, why, and how of the week. While these details may seem like common sense information that every ... Continue Reading