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A Different Kind of Vacation Bible School

Creative and Fun Summer Sunday School Ideas

GenOn Youth Summit Experience

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A Different Kind of Vacation Bible School

Posted by Betsy Dishman at

Vacation Bible School might look different for your church and community this summer. If you are seeking a new format for VBS, GenOn’s “All God’s Children: The Church Family Gathers for Summer” can be easily modified to meet your needs for at-home use or small backyard groups. To begin, order a free sample session here to preview. Review the session, and the accompanying instructions to modify. Once you are ready to move forward, purchase “All God’s Children: The Church Family Gathers for Summer” from the GenOn Store. All materials are downloadable and are for use with your VBS community only. Whether you meet...

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Creative and Fun Summer Sunday School Ideas

Posted by Suzie Lane at

Yes, Lent is starting this week. That means it’s time to think about SUMMER, the perfect time to try new and fun ways to bring people together to grow in faith, like intergenerational faith formation.

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GenOn Youth Summit Experience

Posted by Liz Perraud at

One church's experience with the recent GenOn Youth Summit:   Heading home from the GenOn Youth Summit on the campus of Wheeling Jesuit University in West Virginia, I asked the youth what they liked about the week:   "The music" "Meeting new people from different churches" "Spending time with other teenagers" "Music, singing, the dance" "Men's Vespers" "3 hour worship Friday night" "Mission day" "The talent show" "Women's Vespers" "Activities each day (soccer especially)" "Great to see old friends from last year and to meet new friends" "It was fun" "It was good"   Not one said "I don't know"...

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