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TOP 10 REASONS FOR NOT SERVING AT VBS

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Top 10 Reasons for Not Serving AT VBS


 
1. Who will watch my little ones? 
We will! Our preschool fills up quickly because it’s so awesome. But we provide childcare and priority VBS space for children of those serving. There’s no wait listing for your child if you serve!
 
2. I’m too old. 
We doubt that. We have lots of seniors who serve. Our eldest is 83!
 
3. I don’t know the Bible very well. 
You’re in the right place to learn. We fully prepare the lesson plan for you. If you read and add love, you will help fulfill the great commission! Plus, we also need lots of people to help the teachers.
 
4. I can’t teach kids for 3 hours a day by myself. 
Good! Because you only get 30 minutes. The rest of the time is moving to other activities with other leaders. And every classroom has multiple leaders.
 
5. I don’t have time to prepare. 
We know that. We prepared everything. All crafts, activities, supplies and lessons are prepared for you. We even send instructional videos for each lesson. 
 
6. I don’t have time to decorate my VBS room. 
Let us know and we’ll do it for you.
 
7. I can’t be there every day. 
That’s OK.  We need you on days someone else can’t be there.
 
8. I am not very organized. 
No problem. We are! Our VBS staff is known for superior organization.
 
9. I’ll get hungry and thirsty. 
We understand. That’s why we provide snacks and drinks.
 
10. I don’t know what to wear. 
We have that covered. You can purchase a shirt at the VBS booth but it’s not required. Dress comfortably to be on the move with kids.


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Brokenness

Married for 34 years, Dave and Sue Marsh have experienced great joys in their marriage as well as times of brokenness. Recently, Sue’s mother came to live with them and this changed their world. Little did they know that the stress was building up from the daily care and doctor appointments that they were now faced with.

“Love in marriage is hard,” Dave said. “It’s work. You never get to that point were it is automatic.”

After the loss of her mother and a cancer diagnosis, all of the stress came crashing down and Sue needed Dave to show her love her in a different way. Hear about the 6 ways in which Dave showed Sue love:

A Message from Dave

"Sue and I were not anticipating the tremendous response to the interview video we did for the Cottonwood #RelationshipGoals series.  We’re grateful that so many found it beneficial. A lot of people have asked for the “6 things” Sue gave me that I could do to love her better, so they could improve their own marriage.  Since we did the video to help marriages and families, we now feel like we need to follow up for those people."

Read the rest on Dave and Sue’s blog here.

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