The Christian Noob (n00b)

born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

Vacation Bible School (Study): day 2

Vacation Bible School (Study)This is day two of VBS.Today my son would hopefully learn about

  1. 1 Kings
  2. 2 Kings
  3. 1 Chronicles
  4. 2 Chronicles
  5. Ezra
  6. Neremiah
  7. Esther
  8. Job
  9. Psalms
  10. Proverbs
  11. Ecclesiastes
  12. Song of Solomon

I can just imagine the songs he’ll be singing this afternoon. Most importantly, he seems to be having a good time playing and learning. He might have even made friends with a handful of boys and girls. I’m very proud of him as I spy on him to avoid me disrupting the various classes.

Mission of Hope at Lesotho: This morning our students learned about two Presbyterian missionaries who are involved in a ministry to help children in need in Lesotho. For more information, check out: https://www.facebook.com/FAPCOutreach. Each day our students will learn more about the Mission of Hope at Lesotho. On THURSDAY, students are encouraged to bring one Back-to-School item to be included in the big package FAPC will send to the children at MOH. Items include: pencils, pens, Band-Aids, children’s multivitamins (long shelf life), children’s Tylenol (long shelf life), pencil sharpeners, or erasers. While students are not required to bring an item, they are encouraged to bring one Back-2-School item to share. This effort is to help students put into practice the theme for Day 2: friends & family help us to stay strong for God! Although we are geographically distant from our friends in Lesotho, we too can be a friend in Christ & help other students stand strong for God—our package can be a source of encouragement! For detailed information on the Mission of Hope at Lesotho, see the attached description.

Today’s Scripture reading was 1 Thessalonians 5:11.

“So encourage each othet and build each other up.” (NLT)

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One response to “Vacation Bible School (Study): day 2

  1. Rina Mosquera 08/21/2013 at 18:43:13

    Me parece muy bonito, aprenden la religión, a compartir y a servir.

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