Picture Perfect VBS
Catherine Willis, left, and Pat Durham, both members of Union Baptist Church, Union, Ky., are framed as the Statue of Liberty at the VBS Expo, held during LifeWay's VBS 2011 Preview, Jan. 27-28 at LifeWay. The theme of this year's Vacation Bible School is NYC Big Apple Adventure.
Seeing What is Offered
Rhonda Andrews, VBS leader from Royal Baptist Church, Newnan, Ga., looks over the program to determine what breakout sessions are offered, prior to the start of the Worship Rally. Andrews attended the 2011 VBS Preview with the Western Baptist Association.
Mr. VBS Takes the Stage
Jeff Slaughter brings participants up to the stage during the Worship Rally, to join him as he demonstrates some of the moves and steps for this year's NYC Big Apple Adventure songs.
VBS Fun for the Preschooler
Kelli McAnally leads the well-attended breakout session "Preschool Big Apple Overview" during the LifeWay 2011 VBS Preview Jan. 27-28.
Fun With Crafts
Natasha Varnick, member of First Baptist Church, Parsons,Tenn., helps daughters Emily, 7, and Anna, 6, work on Vacation Bible School crafts at the VBS Expo.
Admit, Believe, Confess
One must admit, believe and confess to be saved, according to the young actors performing during "Evening on Broadway" in LifeWay's Van Ness auditorium. The actors and singers were part of the children's choir from the Hilldale Baptist Church, Clarksville, Tenn.
VBS from a Child's Perspective
Children from the Hilldale Baptist Church children's choir, Clarksville, Tenn., perform for VBS leaders during the "Evening on Broadway" program, held on the first night of LifeWay's 2011 VBS Preview.
It Only Takes Imagination
Bruce Edwards, Airline Baptist Church, Bossier City, La., shows how various household items, and things usually discarded, can be recycled to make inexpensive Vacation Bible School props. Here, a cardboard oatmeal canister has been painted black and can be used with an added light inside to make a realistic looking stage light.