Vacation Bible School (VBS) brings memories of laughing children, busy volunteers and warm days filled with Bible stories, crafts, songs, pledges, and snacks.<br
Thoughts of VBS today may stir up anxiety in churches with small budgets, due to the elaborate themes and expensive cost of many of the programs available. Well have no fear! This author has developed an affordable, workable, and exciting VBS program that saves you money and effectively engages today’s children in learning about God’s Word and applying it to their lives.
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With a small congregation of 80, the authors were able to conduct successful VBS with a staff of 4 to 6 adults, and a group of 40 to 50 kids!
Use this to reach and teach the children in your church and community. Impact their lives for eternity…and influence their loved ones.
Mission Possible is based on the Great Commission with the theme verse Matthew 28:19-20. The objective is for the children to be able to verbalize the Gospel message, recite the Great Commission, understand the importance of missions, and participate in missions projects.
At the Bible Station children will learn about Paul’s missionary journeys. At the Missionary Station, missionaries will share stories, pictures, games and displays to provide a glimpse into the missionary world. The Crafts Station includes projects related to world missions. The Games and Snack Station provides games and snacks related to the country of the day.
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About the Author: Gail T. Felker received her BA degree in elementary education from Grove City College, Grove City, Pennsylvania, and her MA in Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. She and her husband, Rev. Steven Felker, have served in three churches: First Baptist in Hanston, Kansas; United Church of New Marlborough in Southfield, Massachusetts; and currently Christ Chapel in Ithaca, New York. Gail has homeschooled their four children – Benjamin, Rachael, Lydia, and Anna – for 20 years and has written numerous articles for Homeschooling Today magazine.