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‘Promise Island’ VBS Earns Top Honors

by | 21 February, 2012 | 0 comments


Standard Publishing again received top honors for best Vacation Bible School in the nation for its 2012 curriculum, “Adventures on Promise Island.” Lynda Freeman, editor of the popular blog “About the Children”s Department,” chose “Adventures” as her top pick.

“This VBS has solid Bible content and a strong focus on living what you learn by serving others,” she writes. “Combine this with a fun island setting and great music from Yancy [and] you have a VBS which will impact and change lives!”

“Adventures on Promise Island” uses the fun of surf, sand, and island adventure to introduce God”s lifesaving love and never-changing promises. Learn more and even create a customized VBS website for your church at VacationBibleSchool.com!


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