July 25, 2015

Vacation Bible School – Day Three

Day 3 of VBS was fun as usual, but special as well. Everyone was as happy as can be laughing and shouting. Basically it was just the funnest day in the world!

We learned about Jonah and the whale and how people get lost sometimes and need God.  Instead of doing what God told him to do, Jonah went the opposite direction. A big storm came and everyone on the boat was scared. Jonah knew it was his fault and told the people to throw him off the boat. So they did. When he got thrown off the boat, God sent a big whale and it swallowed him up. He sat in there for 3 days praying to God to get him out. God listened to him and the whale puked him up. Then he went to Ninevah where he was supposed to go and preached. I learned that you should always trust God.

I have been making new friends and I think everyone is having a good time. I plan to buy some cotton candy with the CKids bucks I have earned! The boys won the offering last night. Tim was running all around the auditorium! Tonight I am excited to see who wins the offering and what snack we will have. I love VBS!

– Chaz Norman


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