Jesus Does the Impossible

VBS Program Features God’s Wonders to Kids
August 17, 2021

EDINBURG, TEX. – On June 6-12, 2021, the Edinburg Seventh-day Adventist Church held their Vacation Bible School (VBS) program with the theme God’s Wonder Lab: Jesus Does the Impossible.

The team included Lucy Sanchez, director; Zymarie Deocampo, Doven Jae Almaiz, Melody Luikham, Adrianna Padron and Charito Regalado.

The pandemic brought a lot of anxieties and uncertainties, but God showed His marvelous work as the team prepared a hybrid VBS program.

It started with a drive-in sneak peek of the week’s VBS program and distribution of materials on June 6.

Fifty-nine volunteers signed up to help with registration, crafts, AV, praise team, games, snacks and the program.

Ferdinand Regalado, pastor, monitored safety. John Gonzalez, pastor, assisted AV. Orland Rosales, who just recently joined the pastoral team, delivered the message and is featured below with attendee Joash Juanite.

Approximately 55 kids participated either in-person or virtually.

In God’s Wonder Lab, the kids were taught that if Jesus can turn water into wine, walk on water, give life, die and rise again, and make the blind to see, then He can do marvelous things in their lives. He can make the impossible possible because He loves you.

The week culminated with the review of the daily songs and messages and presenting certificates to all participants and volunteers.

The virtual VBS program can be viewed on the Edinburg Seventh-day Adventist Church YouTube channel.

By Leah Par