VBS + Missions = Winning Combination

Missions Under the Northern Lights for VBS 2012 features five missionaries and their stories on how God is working in their lives and their ministries. Three of the stories were provided by the International Mission Board (IMB) and two of the stories were provided by the North American Mission Board (NAMB). The VBS 2012 Missions Rotation Leader Guide features a DVD with five videos and some video extras to use as you teach the Missions rotation. To get up-to-date information and the latest ... Continue Reading

The Big Apple in the Mule Capital of the World! Hey y’all, It was definitely a big city adventure last week! My church is located in Columbia, Tennessee—home of the Mule Day celebrations! Yep, it’s a city that celebrates its mules! (But, I’ll save those stories for another time!) We had about 140 super-neat preschoolers and I got to teach missions! From teaching them about Proof and Andrew to learning about the Zoe Church in Sao Paulo to hearing about the Fusion kids in New Orleans, it was ... Continue Reading


Proof God Exists*

Proof’s day is about to draw to a close. If you are confused right now, you might want to check out the blog entries for March 14th and March 15th. Be sure to look out for Proof in the Big Apple Adventure this summer. Not only will students learn about her in the VBS children's mission’s curriculum, but preschool and kindergarteners will learn about Proof as well in their missions rotation. Proof’s day draws to a close . . . As the day draws to a close, the kids pack up their bags, but one ... Continue Reading

Missions Has Gone to the Dogs

Today continues Part 2 of “A Day in the Life of Proof.”  She’s the first-ever missionary dog. Read yesterday’s blog entry to catch up or visit Graffiti 2’s Web site at www.graffiti2ministries.org Also don’t forget to check out the Proof apparel that is available to order by clicking on the following link. Proof Order Form Proof God Exists* Proof’s day continues . . . Proof gallops in, fiercely gyrating her whole body, greeting all of her coworkers who arrived before her. As her coworkers prepare ... Continue Reading