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Florida VBS Ends with a ‘Wet and Wacky Water Day’

VERO BEACH, Fla.—Faith Baptist Church has finished its 2010 Vacation Bible School with a Wet and Wacky Water Day for the children and their families.

The church used RBP’s “SeaQuest, Diving for God’s Treasure” program. Sallie Wilson is the wife of Pastor Bert Wilson, as well as Children’s Ministries director. She says, “The week was packed with wonderful lessons in God’s Word, exciting games, and crafts. We had a wonderful time with the children, with the workers, and meeting new families—several new families have begun to come for the Wednesday-night program with their children, and to church.”

Sallie says, “Puppets are a major part of our VBS program.” The children enjoyed learning from Sushi, the octopus puppet, and the crew of submarine puppets.

For the Wet and Wacky Water Day outreach, Sallie says: “We had waterslides, greased watermelon, silly hoses that were spraying water all over, and a giant waterslide, which we had rented. It was a fun time for all the kids and families, and was an opportunity for all the parents of the children who had come to meet with some of the people from our church.”

By the way, Sushi has returned to the Atlantic and is heading north. Sallie says that he is on his way to a church in New York to help with their VBS.