Life-changing and Meaty

A small Church of God congregation in Swartz Creek, Michigan, had their largest VBS yet of 38 students. A lady named Sue has directed the VBS at this church for seven years and used AiG’s VBS material this year. She called and left us a message, so we called her back. She told us that not only was it nicely set up, but the CD-ROM was so helpful and so much was already done that it saved a ton of work—and most importantly, the curriculum was life-changing and meaty and gave the kids a lot to think about. The children were so blessed, and each family received a copy of AiG’s Answers for Kids volume 1 and 2.

Here is a transcript of her voicemail:

We just finished your VBS this afternoon. I was passing along the word that it is the most profound and life-changing VBS I have ever directed. I was absolutely thrilled to see the outcome and see how God worked this week through your VBS. God bless you guys. I’m excited about next year already.

Calling All Prospectors! Announcing the New 2011 VBS: Gold Rush!

AiG’s 2010 VBS, Egypt File, sold out! The response was way more than we anticipated—and now the responses from those who have used the VBS are coming in and we are hearing over and over again that the church/organization who used the AiG VBS has not had such a response from a VBS in many years. They are excited!

Now if you thought this year’s VBS was fantastic, wait till you see next year’s! Here is a glimpse of what is coming:

Grab your bandanas, dust off your boots, and get ready to mine for TRUE gold! With Gold Rush, kids will face the most important question Jesus asks: “Who do you say that I am?” As we blaze a trail into the heart of gold territory, we’ll uncover exciting Bible discoveries about Jesus, answering such questions as:

  • Is Jesus the only way to heaven?
  • Who did Jesus say He was?
  • What was unique about Jesus?
  • How can I be saved?
  • Can I share the good news of Jesus?

Gather your gear and join us for unforgettable discoveries!

AiG VBS programs are unique in that there is an emphasis on biblical authority, apologetics (teaching children to defend the Christian faith and answer the skeptics of the age to prepare them for this skeptical world), and the gospel—they are extremely evangelistic.

You can find out more about the 2011 VBS at this link: http://answersvbs.com/2011/

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken