2004 Son Games VBS draws to a close

Friday, July 30th, 2004
PMCCC was hopping tonight, as our 9th VBS drew to a close, culminating in the traditional pot-providence, (I don't believe in luck) followed by a children's presentation of what they learned during the week.  

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This year's theme, inspired by the 2004 summer Olympics in Greece, was called Son Games, and as usual, the folks at Gospel Light put together a wonderful program. Over a hundred children participated in the program, and they were joined by missionaries from Greece!

Although Kathy and I did not volunteer this year, we know all too well how much work is involved, having organized and run the Vacation Bible School ministry in the past.

We are thankful for the many volunteers, who gave generously of their time to share their love with our children and the children of this community. Thank you!

Discussion/Comments (3):

2004 Son Games VBS draws to a close

Do you by chance remember any of the crafts you did for Olympic Games?? We are doing this in June of 2008 and needed ideas.

Posted at 05/13/2008 8:44:52 by DEborah

2004 Son Games VBS draws to a close


We weren't involved in the crafts, just had the girls bring lots home. That was three VBS's and lots of Bible clubs ago, so I'm not sure what they did bring home.

If you are using the Gospel Light material, they provide an entire book of craft ideas - far more than you could do in a week.

I just looked through an Oriental Trading Company catalog - it was their "Faith" themed one, and they seemed to have looked at all of the upcoming VBS materials and provided crafts for all of them. They did have a sports/Olympics section.

You may want to go to their website, or call them directly for a catalog.

Hope that helps!

Posted at 05/22/2008 7:46:02 by Kathy Mack

2004 Son Games VBS draws to a close

We are going to use the Son Games Theme for our VBS in August 2008 and are looking for a teachers guide or leaders guide book? Would you have an old one we could buy or use? Also any ideas would be appreciated!

Thanks so much!

Posted at 07/16/2008 17:11:22 by Darla

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