Have you heard yet? What’s in the Bible? now has an excellent VBS that you can use this summer! The VBS kit includes all of your favorite What’s in the Bible? characters as your kids learn about the entire Bible in one week! Throughout the week, the kids will learn how the Bible changes how we live as they learn about the Bible- from Genesis to Revelation!
There are two different formats to this VBS- the children’s VBS version, and the family VBS version! You can either run your own VBS camp during the week, or invite your families out during the weeknights to participate in the family VBS. Instructional videos for the parents are included in the family VBS, so that they can learn how to lead their children through the difficult parts of the Bible and their faith. Additionally, excellent family take-home sheets are provided that will help your families grow together spiritually and impact them long after the VBS is done.
Top 5 Reasons to use the What’s In The Bible? VBS:
- Family VBS – There is a family VBS option! How many VBS curriculums out there have a family option? Not many. I loved reading through how this family VBS is designed, with the goal of parents becoming more intentional spiritual disciplers of their children, and the children themselves getting an excellent picture of the Bible and the core of the Gospel message.
- The Entire Bible – The Scope and Sequence covers the entire Bible, giving families an excellent overview of the Bible, a better understanding of what it means to be a Christian, and a chance to serve together on a one-day missions project. After going through this VBS, I would not be surprised if families began to serve more in their local communities and sharing the Gospel more boldly as a result of this VBS week.
- Easy To Use – The VBS packet includes a Director’s Guide Book. This single book will save you many hours of work trying to determine how to prepare for your VBS! The Guide Book is designed to help you hit the ground running, and it’s packed full of useful information.
- Easy for Volunteers – I am a big fan of clear communication with volunteers regarding their roles when running VBS. This curriculum also contains a list of VBS Roles and descriptions, so that you can let your volunteers know exactly how to prepare for their leadership role.
- Fun, yet Deep – The games provided for each day are super fun and creative! Also, the kids’ small group guide contains many in-depth questions, so children will be encouraged to enter into deeper discussions about the Bible lessons.
This VBS packet is loaded with the curriculum, videos, instructions, and resources needed for you to hold your own VBS this summer, without having to create one yourself! The family VBS option and the excellent take-home sheets are both great resources that set apart this VBS from all of the other summer VBS options out there. Wouldn’t you love to have your families learn the Bible, have the parents become better spiritual leaders, and have the children be impacted to live missionally for God as they learn what it means to be a Christian?
As you’re deciding on a VBS for your church, consider the What’s In The Bible? VBS – the only VBS that is specifically Bible-themed!
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Steven Knight has been serving in children’s ministry for over 10 years and is an experienced speaker, author, and workshop presenter. He is blessed to be married to his college sweetheart, Katie. His passion is two-fold: to evangelize and disciple children, and to train and equip children’s ministry leaders, all for the glory of God. He loves to share relevant articles and ministry tools with others on his blog, KidminTools.com.