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The Mighty God VBS MusicVBS Music CD

$8.80

Set the tone for the week with high energy songs that kids of all ages will enjoy singing. The VBS Music CD features tracks 1 – 6 with split track (instrument left and vocal right) and tracks 7 – 12 with instrument accompaniment only.

 

The Lesson and Music DVD features the VBS music sing-a-long choir videos with motions and Karaoke videos.

• The Great God(Theme Song)

• God Loves (Lesson 1)

• Yes Lord (Lesson 2)

• Jesus – God’s Perfect Lamb (Lesson 3)

• God Leads His Children (Lesson 4)

• Mighty God (Lesson 5)

 

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VBS T-Shirts – The Mighty God VBS 2013

VBS T-Shirt Blue - The Mighty God VBS 20132013 VBS T-Shirts

$9.95 – $11.95

All your children and workers will want a 2013 VBS T-shirt to wear at Vacation Bible School and beyond. The Mighty God logo is featured on the front and the Scripture text is on the back. These royal blue 100% preshrunk cotton t-shirts are machine washable.

 

 

$9.95 

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$10.95

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$11.95

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VBS Director’s Plan Book – VBS 2013

The Mighty God VBS 2013

Director’s Plan Book

$21.95

X83713 – *This is a non-returnable item

A 2″ x 10″ x 11.5″ 3-ring binder containing information and ideas for the director. This resource is indispensable in planning, promoting, organizing and executing an effective VBS.

The Director’s Plan Book includes information about: Lessons • Planning • Schedules • Recruiting • Decorating • Record Forms • Pledges • Song Lyrics

Resource CD includes:

Lesson Audio Tracks: The lesson audio tracks (MP3 format ) from the Lesson & Music DVD

Artwork: Jpeg files of the logos, various art pieces and classroom scenes, and Daily Icons (color and black/white)

PowerPoint Presentation: PowerPoint files of the Pledges and VBS Song lyrics

Reproducibles: Color and black/white pdfs of the following: Closing Program Invitaiton, Daily Attendance Form, Letterhead, Volunteer Form and much more

 

 

Word from the Writer of the Teen VBS Lessons

Jeff Haney, writer of the Teen VBS Lessons

May 1, 1776, Adam Weishaupt along with four other friends formed a secret society of free- thinkers, financiers and the brightest intelligentsia of the time which came to be known as The Illuminati. Mixed with some fact and fiction, the myth, mystery and magnetism of this movement has captured the thoughts and imaginations of conspiracy theorists for generations. There are some who insist that this mystifying legend is indeed a fact and serves as a shadow government to world affairs. In medieval times, a phrase was coined that captured the essence of this belief. Those who counseled the king were often viewed as controlling the king, and, therefore, the counselors were truly considered the power behind the throne. For centuries, people and societies have never quite shaken the belief that there is more to world affairs than meets the eye. Whether it’s Freemasons, the United Nations, the Counsel on Foreign Relations or the Boy Scouts of America, many men have come to believe that there is a power behind the thrones of the world, governing the governments, ruling the rulers and helping along the happenings of the affairs of our lives. This is only a small list of the alleged powers that be.

The Mighty God VBS 2013 - Teen Student

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While we shouldn’t be conspiracy sensationalists, such beliefs have brought to light legitimate questions. Does anyone rule the rulers? Is there anybody governing the governments? Who leads the leaders? While these are questions worth asking, the answers given by the world at large are lacking and imaginary. This doesn’t mean there aren’t legitimate answers. We can answer these questions with great confidence and a resounding yes; there is, in fact, someone governing governments and ruling rulers. However, He isn’t the power behind the throne, He is the power beyond the throne. He isn’t merely a counselor to kings. The reality is that He is King of kings. He presides over presidents and monitors the monarchs. He is the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace. It is no mystery at all that He oversees what men see, overrules where men rule, and has a keen interest in the affairs of our lives. The Bible states in Psalm 29:10, “The Lord sitteth King for ever.” Psalm 47:7 states, “For God is the King of all the earth.” The Bible relates in Daniel 2:21 it is the Lord that “removeth kings, and setteth up kings.”

There are two primary objectives throughout the lessons in this book. The first is to learn about the Mighty God, and the second is to understand His concern and involvement in the lives of every man, woman, boy and girl on planet Earth. We are living in a time when the public debate and social sentiment seem to have shifted focus in the everyday discussion concerning God. In the past, Satan and unbelieving men tried to put out the light of God’s existence. Their poisonous plan now is to throw dirt on His goodness. One thing better than knowing God lives is knowing that God loves. If the devil can’t convince men of one, he will try to convince them of the other. The entire theme of this study is

From the Writer of the Teen Student

Teen Student page 31

essentially an exposition on the character of God, not the reality of God. It is not about the fact that God is. It is about the fact that God is good which is a necessary element of biblical faith. Hebrews 11:6 gives us the essence of true life-changing belief, “For he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.” When it comes to faith in God, it isn’t enough to merely believe that God is. One must also believe that God is good. It is factual that God is, God is good, and God is good to me. Every teen needs to see this through the lessons on the life of Moses.

Vacation Bible School 2013, The Mighty God, God Leads Moses and Me teen class is an effort to demonstrate to the teachers and students that God is living, loving, moving and working in their lives for their good and His glory. The fundamental facts that undergird our lessons are found in Jeremiah 32:17, 18, “Ah Lord God! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee: . . . the Great, the Mighty God, the Lord of hosts.” May God bless you as you prepare to teach the young men and women whom God has put under your care.

 

Cover of Teen Student manual - The Mighty God VBS 2013

Teen Student

 

(This article was taken from the Teen Teacher Manual.)

 

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A Word from the Writer of the Young Teen VBS Lessons

Weeks DuBose is the Writer of the Young Teen VBS Lessons

Why are there many anxious and worried Christians in the world? Could the reason be that they don’t have a clear understanding of several important facts? First, is the fact that God is mighty. In the Scriptures, the basic word for God is El which is formed from a root word that means “strength, might, or power.” The ancient patriarch Job said, “God is mighty” (Job 36:5). Deuteronomy 3:24 records the words of Moses who extolled the character of God by saying, “O Lord God, thou hast begun to shew thy servant thy greatness, and thy mighty hand: for what God is there in heaven or in earth, that can do according to thy works, and according to thy might?” In Isaiah’s prophecy of Jesus, the prophet described Him as “The mighty God” (Isaiah 9:6). Revelation 19:6 declares Him to be the “Lord God omnipotent” who reigns over the affairs of humanity. This pertinent fact alone should be enough to relieve undue worry and concern in the lives of His children.

Young Teen Teacher (page 6)

However, if this weren’t enough to allay the anxiety of God’s children, they should consider that the mighty God of the universe cares for them personally. When children are frightened or are faced with unimaginable needs, they turn to their parents or close friends whom they are confident can help. There is no guarantee they can, however, God cares. Peter assured believers of this when he wrote that the mighty God of the universe cared for them (1 Peter 5:7). The Philippians were assured by the apostle Paul that God would supply all their needs (Philippians 4:19).

The children of Israel’s wilderness journey is one of the best real-life examples of God’s care for His children. For forty years, the Israelites wandered in the wilderness between Egypt and the land of Canaan. Their journey took them through a trackless and parched wasteland where under normal conditions they would have nothing to eat or drink, but where God led, He provided. During that time, in spite of their often grumbling and rebellious attitude, God supplied them with bread from Heaven and water from the rock.

After entering the Promised Land, the children of Israel encountered tribes along the way who worshiped cruel and uncaring deities. These false gods could do nothing for the people who served them while at the same time the worship demanded the lives of innocent babies as sacrifices. In every way, God proved Himself to the Israelites to be the mighty God of love and concern. In a similar way today, God, through His Son, proves Himself to be the mighty God who cares for us.

Young Teen Student

 

 

(This article was taken from the Young Teen Teacher Manual.)

 

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VBS Comic Book Becomes A Multi-touch iBook for iPad

Off To A CastleVBS COMIC BOOK

Multi-touch iBook for iPad

Free Download (iTunes)

 

Our VBS Comic Book and our VBS Fun Book have been combined into a multi-touch iBook for iPad. This digital, interactive version is available for download on your iPad or Mini-iPad via iBooks. Created with iBooks Author.

You can read the comic book episodes and watch the videos; then solve the following activities: slider puzzle, connect the dots, word search, word scramble, find the message, maze — all on your iPad.

 

The Mighty God Fun Book, Tommy Rides Horse

Comic Book Episode

Episode in Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Slider Puzzle – Solved

The Mighty God Fun Book, Tommy Rides Horse

Slider Puzzle – Scrambled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mighty God Fun Book, Maze

Interactive Maze

The Mighty God Fun Book, Find the Message

Interactive Find the Message

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mighty God Fun Book, Word Scramble

Interactive Word Scramble

The Mighty God Fun Book, Word Search

Interactive Word Search

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mighty God Fun Book, Connect the Dots

Interactive Connect the Dot

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ABC’s of Salvation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Item – VBS Comic Book

 The VBS Comic Book is about the adventure of Tommy spending the summer in a Renaissance Camp in the country of England learning about castles, royalty and knights.

32 pages – 95¢

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The Comic Book story correlates with the videos in the Lesson DVD.

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A Word from the Writer of the Junior VBS Lessons

Darlene Walls is the Writer of the Junior VBS Lessons

 

Hear ye, hear ye! Thou art invited to join in a week of Vacation Bible School. The drawbridge is lowered and the entrance of the castle awaits. Hence, we will gain knowledge of our Mighty God. Wilt thou join in as we glean important lessons from the pages of Scripture?

Our lessons this week center around a man named Moses and God’s mighty power. We will take a journey through the pages of Scripture and focus on God’s care and leadership in the life of Moses.

Our first stop along this journey will take us into the land of Egypt. What were the Israelites doing in Egypt? In order to understand this, we have to look back in Scripture. God had His hand on a man named Joseph; it was through him the children of Israel came to be in Egypt in the first place.

Castle with shield icons

Bulletin Board Idea – Junior Teacher

God used Joseph to spare the life of His chosen people. Scripture informs us that approximately seventy souls went into Egypt, and from these seventy souls came the nation of Israel.

How did the Israelites become slaves? They were brought into Egypt and treated as royalty. How was it possible they could go from prosperity and freedom to poverty and bondage? Years passed and Joseph and Pharaoh died, and a new Pharaoh took over as a ruler. God had blessed the children of Israel and they multiplied greatly. The new Pharaoh was afraid they would one day choose to fight against them, thus began the Israelites’ years of slavery. God continued to bless Israel and they continued to grow in number, this was the reason Pharaoh ordered all baby boys to be killed.

God’s providential care is so amazing. He sees all and knows all. From the very beginning, God had plans for the life of Moses. God’s hand of protection was evident throughout his life. As an infant, Moses should have been killed; however, God was at work. Moses’ mother was able to hide him for the first three months of his life. She then made the decision to part with her child in hopes of saving his life. What she did not know was that God was already at work.

Pharaoh's daughter with baby Moses

Junior Teacher (page 12)

Moses was found by Pharaoh’s daughter, who decided to keep him as her own child. She hired Moses’ mother to care for the child. What an awesome blessing for this woman of faith. His mother had the privilege to raise and care for him while he was young and impart to him truths concerning God. When he was older his mother took him to Pharaoh’s house to live.

Moses was born a Hebrew and raised an Egyptian. This must have been hard for him. Day after day, he watched as his own people were beaten and treated harshly. When Moses was older, he killed an Egyptian for his harsh treatment of a Hebrew and hid the body. When Moses realized people knew about the Egyptian’s death, he fled for his life because he feared Pharaoh.

Moses ended up in the desert. From here he married, and he spent forty years tending to sheep. It was during this time that God called to Moses. God never forgot about him; God knew exactly where to find him. The time had come for Moses to do a special work for God.

After excuses were given, Moses finally consented to follow the leadership of God. This decision took him before Pharaoh, where he boldly proclaimed the Word of God. Let my people go, was the message of God, but Pharaoh’s heart was hardened, and he refused to obey. This was the beginning of the end for Pharaoh and those in the land of Egypt.

God sent a series of plagues that ravaged the land, culminating with the death of the firstborn. God made a way for the children of Israel to be saved. A lamb had to die, and the blood had to be applied to the doorposts in order for the Destroyer to pass over. No one was exempt. If the blood was not applied, death came to that household.

Moses parting the Red Sea

Junior Activity Pages (page 4)

After the tenth and final plague, Pharaoh sent the children of Israel out of Egypt. It wasn’t long before Pharaoh gave the command to pursue the Israelites. Of course, when the Israelites saw the advancing Egyptians following them they were afraid; however, this battle was not theirs to fight. God fought on behalf of the Israelites, they were to stand still and see the salvation of the Lord. God parted the Red Sea, and they walked across on dry ground. The Egyptian army pursued, and God brought final victory. The sea returned, and the entire Egyptian army was drowned.

The Israelites often complained and murmured against God; yet, He provided for the needs of His people. He sent manna from Heaven to feed them. Can you imagine food from Heaven? In the evenings, God sent quail into the camp for them to eat. God also supplied water from a rock to quench their thirst. He is the Mighty God!

These lessons are an awesome testimony of God’s love and power. They should remind us that God is all powerful and that He is at work in our lives. Let us remember, “For I am the Lord, I change not” (Malachi 3:6). He is still our Almighty God.

God has a plan for each of us. Even before we were born God knew us. “For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast covered me in my mother’s womb. I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well” (Psalm 139:13, 14). We are made in the image of God and for His purpose. God has a plan for you.

Israelites receive water in the wilderness

Junior Activity Pages  (page 5)

God called to Moses from a burning bush. Have you wondered what Moses must have thought to see a bush on fire, calling out to him by name? More importantly, God told him to go to Egypt! Moses began to do like any normal Christian would do. He began to give excuses why he couldn’t do it. “For with God nothing shall be impossible” (Luke 1:37). God knew Moses name, and God knows our name. “But now thus saith the Lord that created thee, O Jacob, and he that formed thee, O Israel, Fear not: for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine” (Isaiah 43:1).

God is calling to all mankind to come to repentance, but there are many who refuse to answer that call. When someone is saved, God calls him to service. How sad it is that so many people accept Jesus into their hearts, then, never follow Him in service. Far too many saved individuals refuse to heed the call of God. Like Moses, we begin to offer excuse after excuse why we can’t do the things God calls us to do.

One area many of us fall short in is that of evangelism. God still saves! We, as born again children of God, are called to carry the gospel to a lost and dying world. Jesus, our Passover Lamb, shed His blood and purchased salvation for all people. It is each one’s responsibility to tell them about His saving power.

Water, Palm Trees, Desert, Sand Hill

Junior Visual

We have many powerful tools at our disposal. God gives us His Word. “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path” (Psalm 119:105). God’s Word is there to teach and guide us. In a darkened world, His Word gives light and direction. Consider for a moment how powerful the Word of God is. God spoke the world into existence.

It was His very words that created all things. It is by the Word of God that people were created. It is also through His Word that each person realizes his need for salvation. “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God” (Romans 10:17).

God also has sent the Holy Spirit to each believer. The Holy Spirit is present to guide each believer into all truths. “Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come” (John 16:13). “But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you” (John 14:26). Each believer needs the Holy Spirit to guide him in his Christian walk.

Man parting Red Sea

Junior Visual

God loves His children, and He is faithful to meet their needs. “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:19). The Heavenly Father will take care of His children. “Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed? (For after all these things do the Gentiles seek:) for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things. But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you” (Matthew 6:31- 33). May His children seek to have the Lord first in their lives, and then they can rest assured God will take care of the rest.

Our lessons this week are God Loves Me, God Calls Me, God Saves Me, God Guides Me and God Cares for Me. May we take to heart these simple, yet profound lessons from the Word of God.

 

 

(This article was taken from Junior Teacher Manual.)

 

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