GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Most people wouldn’t associate the month of January with Vacation Bible School. But January is known as the sweet spot for VBS—it’s when many churches begin thinking about what theme will best fit their ministries in the summer.
On Jan. 27, Baker Book House hosted its Annual VBS Kickoff Event, covering the most prominent VBS programs available. Approximately 70 people, representing more than 30 churches, were in attendance. Pastors, VBS directors, and VBS staff members were excited to hear about the new VBS programs being offered this year.
Joshua Mason, the creative manager of VBS for Regular Baptist Press, had the opportunity to present Camp Moose-on-the-Loose and to share what makes RBP’s VBS special. RBP’s curriculum is not only fun and exciting for kids; it also has a very effective evangelistic approach and trustworthy Biblical content.
Many people were excited about Camp Moose-on-the-Loose’s outdoor theme and the ministry potential it would have. And everyone loved the program’s puppet, Bruce the Moose!
Those who heard about Camp Moose-on-the-Loose firsthand were able to ask questions and learn about the material in order to make VBS decisions for their ministries. Many churches look for a VBS program with a Biblical foundation, which RBP provides. Churches want to reach students in their communities in an engaging way that is true to God’s Word. RBP’s VBS program is well equipped to meet this need.
More information about RBP VBS can be found at rbpVBS.org.