It seems every day the spiritual battle raging in this nation (which has been raging in this world for 6,000 years) becomes more intense. Lies of the enemy are shouted louder and louder, and the truth is treated as bigotry, hatred, and even evil. It’s an upside-down world we’re living in where good is called evil and evil is called good (Isaiah 5:20). What a confusing time to be a Christian!
God’s Word doesn’t leave us confused about truth—we just need to know it, believe it, and defend it so we can stand boldly for truth and point others towards the Truth.
But God’s Word doesn’t leave us confused about truth—we just need to know it, believe it, and defend it so we can stand boldly for truth and point others towards the Truth. And that’s what we want children to learn next summer during our 2023 armor-of-God–themed Answers Vacation Bible School, Keepers of the Kingdom.
During this exciting medieval-themed VBS, children will learn these important truths:
Don’t miss Keepers of the Kingdom (and enjoy 25% off your Super Starter or Starter Kit now through January 10, 2023, with coupon code VBS23B at checkout).
And if your church is planning to host Keepers of the Kingdom next summer, I encourage you to make plans to attend our Stand Firm conference at the Ark Encounter, January 27, 2023. With teaching sessions from Bryan Osborne, Tim Chaffey, Bodie Hodge, Dr. Georgia Purdom, and me, Stand Firm will equip you to answer the questions your children are facing and asking in today’s battle for truth.
And don’t miss our event, also at the Ark Encounter, the next day (January 28): the Keepers of the Kingdom Showcase Event, specifically for VBS directors and volunteers. During this full-day event, you’ll enjoy camaraderie, decorating tips, craft and science experiment demonstrations, a Bible lesson overview, and more! It’s a great way to plan the best VBS ever while having a lot of fun with your VBS team.
Register for one or both of these events today on our events page.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.