With the help of the eager students from Answers in Genesis’ 2014 Vacation Bible School (VBS), more than 500,000 meals and more than 900,000 Gospel tracts have been provided to children around the world.
Each year, the Answers in Genesis (AiG)VBS curriculum includes an important missions endeavor, and for their 2014 International Spy Academy VBS mission project, the organization partnered with Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF) to raise money to feed hungry children around the world.
According to AiG, the VBS children were encouraged to put their faith into action by raising funds so that those who have very little would be able to have a nutritious meal. For just one dollar, four children can be fed. AiG also encouraged churches to take up offerings for CHF.
“It is truly our hope at Answers in Genesis to provide real and tangible help and Gospel hope to every human in need,” reported Steve Ham, Senior Director of Worldwide Outreach for AiG.
“Please join us as we praise God for His wonderful provision and as we pray for those who will be receiving much needed help and will be hearing the Gospel news for the very first time,” he added.
Ham said the missions moment with CHF is definitely going to be a part of VBS 2015, and they hope to provide even more children with food and the Gospel message next year.
Churches interested in using next year’s AiG VBS, Camp Kilimanjaro, can pre-order it at answersingenesis.org/store/orderform/camp-kilimanjaro-supplies.
By NRB Staff
Published: November 6, 2014