Tuesday

You Can Also Find Me Over Here Today

My kids attended Vacation Bible School at our church two weeks ago.


The theme was Power Lab with scientific experiments. The stage was decorated with beakers. They made slime in the craft room and had bottled Coke erupting like a volcano in Recreation.

And there were water games. Soaking. Wet. Water. Games.

Of course, this was the highlight of the week. Because kids and water? They go together.

My kids came home wet and happy the first day. They made gooey glittery test tubes and slid down the enormous water slide.

The next day, my son entered the car wet and tired. My daughter? Dry as a bone. 

With an explanation. (to continue reading, click here).

10 comments:

P.S. He loves you... said...

O, just great now I'm all weepy!

Been blessed twice now your on a roll today!

And no I'm not blog stalking you...I just happened to think you know a thing or two!

Thanks again!

boutcrazy said...

Great devotion this morning and what a great idea to have the kids serve, I'll have to remember that for next year's VBS.

April Watters said...

Wow, you almost had the same week I am having now!

Blondie said...

Great post. I like to teach my kids to serve, and I make it a habit to take my oldest (5) to all of my volunteering stuff that I can. It is a good lesson.

By the way, we did that VBS a couple of weeks ago at our church. I loved it. It was tons of fun for the kids and the grown ups.

Muthering Heights said...

Great post! It's an important reminder to all of us!

Marianne Thomas said...

My daughter did this VBS a couple of weeks ago, too. Our church did an awesome job and she had so much fun hanging with her friends.

One of the things they did each day at the end was feature one of the songs from the CD and talk about it's meaning.

We were there for pickup (me and da boyz) the day they featured song #9 (Come to Jesus) and had a few of the older kids act it out with sign language.

I looked down to see my 5 year old son singing and signing along, too.

The CD's in the van and they love it!

:)

jamie in rose cottage said...

Great post today!

3cookieday said...

Thank you for the reminder. I've been very blessed. I need to give back...one way I can do that is by serving others!

The Fritz Facts said...

That is a great post! It is important that our kids learn such a valuable lesson.

Sallie said...

That was a great devotion today!!

God bless,
Sallie
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