Fort Knox's 2019 Vacation Bible School exceeds average enrollment
By Mr. Patrick K Hodges (Fort Knox news)August 16, 2019
The Fort Knox Religious Support Office's Vacation Bible School event -- their largest outreach to children each year -- occurred July 22 -- 26. About 145 children attended this year's event, with enrollment exceeding the previous year.The year's VBS theme was "ROAR! Life is Wild, God is good," with children focusing on the book of Exodus. The event also featured six learning centers - recreation, crafts, music, missions, Bible adventures and snacks.Attendees also donated more than 500 canned food items to Food Across America.According to Lifeway Christian Resources research department, VBS reaches over three million people and 25,000 churches annually in Baptist churches alone.
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