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VBS teams new methods, old teachings

Children watch “Storyline,” a puppet show during vacation Bible School at Tuscumbia Church of Christ in Alabama last year. (File photo by The Times Daily, via timesdaily.com)

The Times Daily in Alabama reports:

With the end of the school year comes another school entirely, one built around games, songs, stories and faith.
Whether planned for daytime, nighttime, served with breakfast, lunch or dinner, vacation Bible school is an invitation for throngs and small groups of children to gather, play and learn in the name of Christ.
To keep it fresh, some churches are trying something new, teaming with friends, going back to tried-and-true schedules, adding parties and meals and extending the age limits for the event.
Kenny Barfield, minister at Sherrod Avenue Church of Christ in Florence, said his church is teaming with Jackson Heights and Wood Avenue Churches of Christ for one big, four-night, entire-family vacation Bible school June 3-6 that combines their efforts instead of scheduling three different events.

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  • Feedback
    Brain-storming on ways to keep it going! Nice!!
    Barry Wiseman
    May, 29 2012

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