Your VBS Needs Goals

What are your goals for VBS 2015? How many kids, teens, and adults do you plan to register? How many Kindergarteners are you preparing for? How many people will need to be fed during your VBS Celebration? I could go on, but you get the idea - YOU NEED GOALS. Failing to establish goals - such as registration and daily attendance numbers, unchurched families discovered, professions of faith, and number of people that will be connected with ongoing ministries -  is a big mistake. Without goals ... Continue Reading

Advice From the Experts - Prayer Support

The best VBS leaders are learners, and the best learners enjoy sharing with others what they have learned through trial and error. Following are words of advice that have been collected through the years from great leader-learners just like you. Provide church members with a prayer calendar listing each worker, specific needs, and the goals of VBS. Text or e-mail messages to a pre-enlisted prayer team. Prior to the week of VBS conduct a prayer walk through every room that will be ... Continue Reading

Begin Well! Finish Strong!

Good morning VBS Leaders! It's March 3, and VBS is just around the corner! If this news makes you happy and you are performing cartwheels in front of your computer, you are probably well on your way to having workers enlisted, resources purchased, and schedules finalized. But, if you are one of the multitude in the wailing and gnashing of teeth crowd and uncertain of where to begin, take heart! We are here to help. Stop right now and check out these eight FREE VIDEO SESSIONS designed to ... Continue Reading

Advice From the Experts - Cutting Costs

The best VBS leaders are learners, and the best learners enjoy sharing with others what they have learned through trial and error. Following are words of advice that have been collected through the years from great leader-learners just like you. Establish limits on reimbursements for teachers purchasing their own supplies. Decorate fewer rooms but use each room more often. Assign two groups to the same room and rotate them in and out. This will save on classroom supplies as well. Start ... Continue Reading