September 29, 2020

Thirteen Things You Learn at VBS

Thirteen Things MInTheGap learned at VBS1. Boys are more scared of being kissed than girls.
2. It’s hard to get children to remember to bring their Bibles.
3. When mixing concrete, it’s hard to figure out just how much dry mix you need.
4. It’s hard to have two points to a single lesson.
5. Rack, Shack and Benny may be more popular than Shadrach, Meshack and Abendego
6. Children don’t remember Hannaiah, Misheal and Azariah quite like the other names.
7. One cookie is not enough of a snack– even if there is juice.
8. The playground may say that it’s rated for 5 years old and up, but that doesn’t stop the two year old from climbing the ladders.
9. Dads make for great lifts up to higher playground platforms.
10. Puppets are nice and all, but it’s better if they have a voice instead of just opening their mouths.
11. Don’t let the computer geek run the projector — either he forgets to change the slide or, in the process of trying to make the display work better, shuts off the screen when you’re trying to teach a new song.
12. Children like it when you put things up on the screen behind the presenter that make them laugh.
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4. Mary 8. Karen 12. Nicole

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14 thoughts on “Thirteen Things You Learn at VBS

  1. Good one! So, on #11 are you the computer geek or the one trying to lead song time?
    I know, I know, the one leading song time…
    #3 brings back memories…and our VBS was just two months ago…

  2. We just finished our VBS last night! Loved your post and could totally relate! I’m anxious to check out your site more!

    thanks for the visit!

  3. Cool, yeh projectors, you need someone who knows about the music as well as computers.

    That’s how I’ve remembered their names. By saying “Rack, Shack and Benny” in my head then I can come out with their real names. Vegitales are cool but often the “moral” of the story isn’t want God meant at the time. Josh and the Big Wall ends with something like “God is always there”, or “he always fights for you” or something like that but really God was fulfilling promises to Israel while punishing other nations for their ungodliness. I suppose the faithfulness aspect is like “God is always there” but not quite.

  4. Well, I was the one running the projector, actually. If it had been a few years ago, I was the one that was leading the music. I thought I knew what I was doing and would make things easier, but I ended up making it so that they couldn’t see the words to the new song. They like what I’m able to do with it now, though.

    Tonight we had ice cream– that was almost enough in the heat.

  5. One cookie is definately not enough. I’ve noticed #1 is true as well. It is hard to get Young Adults to bring their Bibles as well.

    Glad everything went well 🙂

  6. Thanks for stopping by last Thursday. Sorry for not posting sooner, we were on vacation and I’m just now getting caught up! Great TT!

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