AiG’s Vacation Bible School (VBS) programs are gaining considerable popularity. More and more churches are giving us feedback that they are getting the best results from the children they have had in years of VBS programs! Over 3,000 churches have used AiG VBS programs this year.
The impact of last summer’s VBS program—on nearly 200,000 children who attended at churches all over the U.S.—is still coming to our attention. Meanwhile our staff has just sent next summer’s Gold Rush VBS to the printer. And as I’ve already said here in a couple of earlier posts, Gold Rush is all about Jesus. Gold Rush uses a fun approach to apologetics, and it has amazing games, treats, dramas, crafts, music, and more to help kids understand why the Bible really is true and trustworthy. Children will learn who Jesus is and the difference between Christianity (Jesus) and other religions (and their so called “prophets”).
Here are a couple versions of the ad that we are running in several magazines over the next few months:
If you haven’t already visited www.AnswersVBS.com or our special Answers VBS Facebook page, take a look now. Tell your pastor and your church’s VBS director about this special VBS (simply forward this blog post to them). Also, how about volunteering yourself to help make next year’s VBS outreach the best ever?
Today, we travel home from Florida where we spoke to thousands of adults and young people.
Do You Know?Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
(2 Kings 2:5) And the sons of the prophets that were at Jericho came to Elisha, and said unto him, do you know that the LORD will take away your master from your head to day?
If we are listening, we hear The Lord Jesus Christ preparing us in advance for a disturbing change in our lives so that we are not taken by surprise.