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Vacation Bible School (VBS) is a great way to reach out to kids with the good news of the gospel and the truth of God’s Word. That’s why AiG partners with churches around the world by designing a new VBS every year. The 2016 VBS is Ocean Commotion. Each day our kids are challenged to stand for God in a world that constantly tries to tell them that His Word can’t be trusted. Noah experienced these same struggles back at the time of the global Flood a few thousand years ago. But God helped him to “stand for God,” “obey God,” “trust God,” “thank God,” and “fear God.” With Ocean Commotion kids will learn with fun games, songs, snacks, and science experiments how they can be like Noah and stand for, obey, trust, thank, and fear their Creator.
You can get a free sneak peek of our 2016 VBS at the Creation Museum! We invite all VBS and church leaders to join us at the Creation Museum’s Discovery Hall on either January 29, 2016, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or January 30, 2016, from 1–4 p.m. for a free look at Ocean Commotion. This sneak peek will help you to become better equipped to present this program in your church and community.
At this free event we’ll provide an overview of the biblical content and showcase various aspects of the program. We will demonstrate the science experiments, and there will be hands-on time learning how to decorate your Ocean Commotion spaces, taught by a team from one of our amazing pilot churches.
When you arrive, you’ll be entered into a contest to win an Ocean Commotion Super Starter Kit (a $189 value) and also a set of Ocean Commotion scene setters (a $299 value). You can even get started on your shopping—Ocean Commotion VBS supplies are 25% off and you save the shipping costs since you’ll be able to leave with the items in-hand. You can also tour the Creation Museum the day of the workshop for a special price of just $10 per ticket.
Space is limited so be sure to register for this free workshop right away:
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