At first I wondered “Why is this church having VBS in DECEMBER?” and then I realized that this is an IFB church plant in Singapore pastored by a BJU grad.
The exotic locale might also help explain the blatant infringement on Jim Henson’s intellectual property.
I’ve seen and been to quite a few Vacation Bible Schools over the years. My daughter even went to one this summer (at a Baptist church no less!). This one run by Mr. Bill and Mrs. Nancy is the first time, however, that I can recall seeing one called a “children’s revival.”
There’s just something off-putting about that to me. Perhaps it’s because revivals in general tend to be so very manipulative and the thought of targeting that kind of approach at children seems abhorrent.
1. Is Marc making a distasteful joke about packing the tent beyond legal capacity and endangering kids or is he bragging because he honestly thinks it’s a good thing?
2. What does he hope to gain by tagging @stufffundieslik? Is he really that upset that he hasn’t been featured here in a while?
Update 1 @ 8:42: Distasteful joke it is!
No VBS would be complete without the five day story with tales of adventure and excitement and soulwinning. Today’s challenge is to invent your own five day story title to reflect the real adventures in fundyland.
Of course they probably wouldn’t be suitable for children…
I’m not sure if this is a VBS theme or the set of a really low budget Japanese monster movie.
“Oh, no, the dinosaur is headed for the Ferris wheel! Run, citizens, run!”