First Baptist Church vacation bible school
1,048 students perform in church during Family Night of FBC VBS
The church raised over $1,100 to go to the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home in a special offering they took everyday.
Children participated in worship rally time, bible study, crafts, recreation, music, snacks and missions.
Director Rachel Mire said they averaged about 130 kids everyday and had around 80 workers.
Their theme was Colossal Coaster World and lessons included learning to "Face Our Fears and Trust God!"
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