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We want to encourage you to keep hosting your VBS summer outreach—you really are making a difference in the lives of children and families.
On our discussion group on Facebook, a new member to the group asked other VBS leaders and volunteers this question: What made you choose Answers over others?
How do you accommodate unregistered children who show up at the door to your church’s Vacation Bible School?
One VBS leader on our Answers VBS Discussion Page asked other VBS leaders for advice on how to keep the excitement going all year long.
One of the many outreaches of Children’s Hunger Fund has been to those suffering in Central Mexico due to the earthquake last September.
Vacation Bible School can also be an opportunity to reach children’s parents with solid Bible teaching and times of discussion.
Answers VBS is written for the traditional five-day VBS format, but for some churches this simply doesn’t work.
Children’s Hunger Fund recently shared the story of Salomón Castellanos, a pastor in Chalco, Mexico, whose life was changed by a Christ follower’s ministry.
Facebook user Zach asked our Answers VBS Discussion Group community how many of the kids and families who attend VBS come back to church after the VBS ends.
Facebook user Jennifer recently asked the Facebook community at Answers VBS Discussion Group for some favorite VBS hacks and included two of her own.
Let’s talk about whom you do VBS for. Is your VBS just for your own churched kids? For the kids in your community? Or . . . ?
During our Mission Moment, kids learn about what CHF does around the world, providing for families’ physical needs and sharing the good news of the gospel.
Do you welcome parents of visiting children to stay with their child for VBS? If so, how do you address child-safety concerns?
How can your VBS get through the hectic check-in and checkout times smoothly?
We’re excited to announce the 2019 Answers VBS theme is . . . The Incredible Race: Exploring God’s Love for the Nations.
You can enter our Answers VBS 2019 Giveaway contest every day through Sunday, June 3, 2018, for your opportunity to win prizes.
We’re excited that through Answers VBS we can partner with Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF). This ministry feeds people around the world in Christ’s name.
Due to sensory processing issues, some children can’t handle the overload that VBS brings to their senses. Some churches host a special sensory-friendly VBS.
To help you prepare, we’ve collected questions VBS leaders ask, such as “What is the easiest way to get the glue off the soup cans for the pencil holders?”
For one of the crafts in Time Lab, you’ll need containers for time capsules the kids will decorate, fill, and take home to hide and open in a few years.
On our Answers VBS Discussion Group, VBS leaders, teachers, and volunteers have shared their Time Lab décor finds to help others get started.
Through the Answers VBS partnership with Children’s Hunger Fund, your kids can help meet the physical and spiritual needs of underprivileged children.
Encourage your kids to bring in quarters for CHF to help provide meals for people in the areas affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Through this article from Children’s Hunger Fund, VBS Directors and parents can learn more about Food Paks and the impact they are making.
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