2020 Vacation Bible School theme will be:

Night at the Bible Museum

For information or questions about joining our Vacation Bible School in 2020, you are welcome to contact Trail White or Tracy White using the below:

Trail White, Deacon
(615) 557-2285
trailwhite@gmail.com

Tracy White, Elder
(615) 799-8417
trace32@bellsouth.net


2019 Vacation Bible School theme was: 

Deciphering the Tabernacle

You should never miss a Leipers Fork church of Christ VBS! In 2019, we built the Ark of the Covenant, the Golden Altar of Incense, the Golden Lampstand - yes, all the items from the tabernacle, including the Tent of Meeting and its veils! Skits each night taught children & adults about the construction of the tabernacle from wood, colored thread, and precious metals; tearfully humbling reenactments depicted the sin offering, burnt offering, Day of Atonement, and Passover. Nightly lessons conveyed all these incredible tabernacle designs which foreshadowed Christ’s sacrifice, salvation, and the church!

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2018 Vacation Bible School theme was:

Noah’s Ark

The church at Leipers Fork enjoyed a spectacular VBS in 2018 as we explored all areas of Noah’s Ark and the world after the flood: the construction of Noah’s Ark with our massive three level set illustrating the magnificent design; the animals and how Noah and his family could have cared for each one; the storms, flooding, and its affect on outside man; Noah and his families response to God after stepping safely off the Ark; and finally, the evidences that surround us which prove the global flood of Noah’s day actually occurred. Not only was this Vacation Bible School our best ever, but we also paired it with an awe inspiring trip to the Ark Encounter in Kentucky.

This is a fantastic view of our VBS and the model ark we built to replicate key necessities for Noah, his family, and the animals to live through the global flood. Here you see the culmination of all nights: (1) building the ark, (2) the flood and taking care of the animals, (3) stepping off the ark, the rainbow, and the altar (not shown), (4) the evidence today which supports the occurrence of a global flood.  Quick Overview:  The Ark: (Bottom Deck) Large animal cages (complete with stuffed animals); one cage was used in VBS for kids playing the role of animals, dressed in costumes, being fed by Noah; this was a great photo opportunity for all! (Second Deck) Containment for birds, reptiles, amphibians, small animals, and food storage. (Upper Deck) Living quarters and a kitchen for Noah and his family. Our model also included features such as water containment and disbursement, air flow, and manure cleanup.  The Rainbow: (Top of Picture) The rainbow represents God’s covenant with man to never again flood the earth with water. God is trustworthy to keep His promises!  Evidence of a Global Flood: (Foreground Exhibits) Dinosaur Fossils: how rapid sedimentation forms fossils, and what this reveals about dinosaurs’s co-existence with man; Invertebrate Fossils: why are seashells found all over the world and on the highest mountains? The Lost Squadron diorama: how ice rings counted from The Lost Squadron rescue operation prove evolutionary dating for the world is wrong. We used all these evidences to analyze modern evolutionary information taught in public schools, and compared these teachings to long-withstanding scripture, recorded in the Bible.  Special thanks to our members who built and/or contributed each item seen in this picture. We also thank the Ark Encounter in Kentucky for supplying our minds with knowledge and ideas which planted our hearts, rooted our design, and grew our faith.

This is a fantastic view of our VBS and the model ark we built to replicate key necessities for Noah, his family, and the animals to live through the global flood. Here you see the culmination of all nights: (1) building the ark, (2) the flood and taking care of the animals, (3) stepping off the ark, the rainbow, and the altar (not shown), (4) the evidence today which supports the occurrence of a global flood.

Quick Overview:
The Ark: (Bottom Deck) Large animal cages (complete with stuffed animals); one cage was used in VBS for kids playing the role of animals, dressed in costumes, being fed by Noah; this was a great photo opportunity for all! (Second Deck) Containment for birds, reptiles, amphibians, small animals, and food storage. (Upper Deck) Living quarters and a kitchen for Noah and his family. Our model also included features such as water containment and disbursement, air flow, and manure cleanup.

The Rainbow: (Top of Picture) The rainbow represents God’s covenant with man to never again flood the earth with water. God is trustworthy to keep His promises!

Evidence of a Global Flood: (Foreground Exhibits) Dinosaur Fossils: how rapid sedimentation forms fossils, and what this reveals about dinosaurs’s co-existence with man; Invertebrate Fossils: why are seashells found all over the world and on the highest mountains? The Lost Squadron diorama: how ice rings counted from The Lost Squadron rescue operation prove evolutionary dating for the world is wrong. We used all these evidences to analyze modern evolutionary information taught in public schools, and compared these teachings to long-withstanding scripture, recorded in the Bible.

Special thanks to our members who built and/or contributed each item seen in this picture. We also thank the Ark Encounter in Kentucky for supplying our minds with knowledge and ideas which planted our hearts, rooted our design, and grew our faith.

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2017 Vacation Bible School theme was:

A Journey with Jonah

In 2017, we went into the water with Jonah to understand what really happened in his journey with God, away from God, into the sea, back to Ninevah, and to his hill overlooking the city. In this VBS, we were able to buoy sunken truths which are not often taught in the story of Jonah. The children loved our sets this year; riding the rocking boat away from God over choppy storm waters, going into the sea and seeing Jonah lying on the bottom with fish and coral all around, and being swallowed by a great fish - a fantastic VBS!

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