Last week was vacation bible school at First Methodist Coushatta. VBS workers said they saw a record number of children in attendance, especially among the youngest kids.
The first night of Stellar VBS kids learned why stars appear to twinkle, how Jesus is the light of the world, when life feels dark…shine Jesus’ light. They ate moon pies, and made sun visors.
Day 2 of Stellar VBS saw more kids come. They learned about harmony and how to work with others to shine Jesus’ light. They talked about Zacchaeus and watched planets orbit the sun.
On day 3 the kids ate space ice cream. Then they talked about the joy of knowing Jesus as our light. And they sang about “This Little Light of “mine.”
And on day 4, the last night of Stellar VBS, the kids watched a rocket launch. Then they studied about helping others, and learned how to praise our Heavenly Father.
First Methodist posted, “Thank you to all the volunteers for making this week special for every child. Thank you parents for lending us your children and trusting us to share the word of Christ with them.”