Well, night number two of Big Apple Adventure VBS is in the books. Another great night of meeting students and their families, energetic music, and kids running down the halls with their hair on fire. OK, not really. Our night started off with a taco dinner served by our kitchen staff. They have served the Lord wonderfully in this capacity. Great job. We moved on to the Worship Rally as our kids were introduced to the lesson theme for the night. Students were challenged to connect with love the same way that the woman who anointed Jesus’ feet did. Her devotion was an act of love. Our students were challenged to love Jesus in the same manner. Rotations of crafts, music, and missions reinforced the bible story. One of the many highlights of the night, in my opinion, came from adult VBS. It was a real treat to see adults working on a craft project, and loving it. It was also a great blessing to see some of our adults drop their children off and stay for bible study. A big thanks to our adult VBS leaders. Great job. Our attendance was 127. I am thankful for every student, parent, volunteer, and teacher who helped make tonight a success. I am expecting God to continue blessing our efforts as we continue this week to pour our lives into these children.
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I am the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church in Perry, Florida. I have been married for 27 years to Terri and I have a 22-year-old son, Jordan, a U.S. Marine, is married to Skyllar and they have two children: Kalliahpe and Olliver. They are currently stationed in Beaufort, SC. View all posts by Steven Ruff