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I have led vacation Bible school (VBS) almost every year of my ministry and had participated in VBS for as long as I can remember. When I first heard about MEGA Sports Camp (MSC), I was resistant, because I was very happy with the curriculum I was using. I had systems and procedures in place to put on a large VBS without having to reinvent the wheel every year. The following are the top five things I learned from my first MEGA Sports Camp experience:
We are programed to try and impress that one parent who just never seems to be impressed by what we do! So we put hours upon hours in planning, recruiting volunteers, buying decor and supplies, and creating the biggest and grandest event of the year. But what if we changed the purpose of our events to be evangelistic in nature? Here are some pointers on effective ways to do follow-up after the event.
Jesus asks us to love God and to love our neighbor. On October 31, we have a unique opportunity to do just that. This is the one day of the year the world—our neighbors— come to our doorstep. As Christians, we have a wonderful opportunity to use this day to share with them about Jesus, about our church, and to bless their socks off with candy—the good kind!
Are you wanting to do something different with your church this summer to reach your community? Vacation Bible school may be your immediate thought, but with that you may be wanting to try something your church has never done and the community has never seen. That something can be MEGA Sports Camp!
During the business that comes with Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year, it’s important that we demonstrate how we can show love and honor to others. This time of year should inspire giving. Take some time to provide ideas to your girls about ways they can show honor for others. Romans 12:10 tells us, “Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves” (NIV). An All Star Girl is a girl who honors others.
Junior Bible Quiz is naturally inquisitive to kids. And we all know JBQ is possibly one of the most successful and best ways to disciple children in God's Word. But have you ever thought about it as an outreach tool? This article offers a few points on ways you can use JBQ to reach children in your community.