Westboro’s Concrete and Cranes Vacation Bible School was a huge success! An average of 30+ kids attended each night and everyone enjoyed a firetruck ride on the last day provided by the Westboro Fire Department. (Teresa Hogue photo)

Westboro’s Concrete and Cranes Vacation Bible School was a huge success with an average of 30+ kids attending each night, building a foundation for their lives on Jesus. What an amazing and fun way of getting back to church! It would not have been possible without the amazing team of volunteers, including Teresa Hogue, Lanette Hogue, Tasha Zach and Hailey Wright as teachers. Sasha Bruce was in charge of the crafts and Erika Williams ran recreation. All of the kids were fueled by the wonderful United Methodist Women ladies who always make delicious food. The Westboro Fire Department also supplied some fun, giving the kids fire truck rides on the last day. The group enjoyed sowing seeds of the gospel with every conversation,  craft, song, and game.

Avery Vardaman shows off his blue hand during a craft project at Westboro Concrete and Cranes Vacation Bible School held recently in Westboro, Missouri, at the Westboro United Methodist Church. (Lanette Hogue photo)