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Colossal success
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Contributed photo.First United Methodist Church of Beeville concluded its highly successful Vacation Bible School, held June 23-27 with the theme "Colossal Coaster World," including active musical participation, colored lights and colorful props in the sanctuary. Pastor Larry McRorey and VBS coordinator Alexis Rodriguez issued a huge thank you to all those who made VBS a phenomenal success. They pointed out that 110 children attended with 67 asking Jesus to come into their hearts. Shown above are some of the team leaders along with the summer interns from Lydia Patterson Institute in El Paso.
Contributed photo.First United Methodist Church of Beeville concluded its highly successful Vacation Bible School, held June 23-27 with the theme "Colossal Coaster World," including active musical participation, colored lights and colorful props in the sanctuary. Pastor Larry McRorey and VBS coordinator Alexis Rodriguez issued a huge thank you to all those who made VBS a phenomenal success. They pointed out that 110 children attended with 67 asking Jesus to come into their hearts. Shown above are some of the team leaders along with the summer interns from Lydia Patterson Institute in El Paso.
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First United Methodist Church of Beeville recently concluded its highly successful “Colossal Coaster World” Vacation Bible School, held June 23-27, including live musical performances and participation, colored lights and carnival theme props in the sanctuary. Pastor Larry McRorey and VBS coordinator Alexis Rodriguez issued a huge thank you to all those who made VBS 2013 a phenomenal success. They pointed out that 110 children attended with 67 asking Jesus Christ to come into their hearts. Shown above are some of the team leaders along with the five summer interns from Lydia Patterson Institute in El Paso, who have returned to help at FUMC.
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