VBS Stats – Are you thinking about if Vacation Bible School is worth it or not? Then check out these stats about VBS! #VBS #SayYestoVBS
VBS Stats (Vacation Bible School Stats)
- 25% of Baptisms reported by Southern Baptist Churches come from VBS.1 & 4
- Every 1 person trained in VBS results in 1.1 salvation decisions.1 & 4
- Increase prospects from community.1 & 4
- 10% of people enrolled in VBS are unchurched.1 & 4
- Men Volunteer for VBS2
- New Leaders are Discovered2
- New Prospects are Discovered2
- Biggest Community Outreach 2
- 2.5 Million Kids at VBS3
- 70,135 Salvation Decisions3
- 155,344 Prospects Discovered3
- 1,383 Responses to God’s Call into Ministry or Missions3
- 15 Hours of Intense Disciplineship3
- Sharing the Gospel Daily3
- 7 Months of Ministry in 1 Week3
- Money Given to Missions3
- The first Vacation Bible School can be traced back to Hopedale, Illinois in 1894.5
I personally think Vacation Bible School (VBS) is very important. As it can reach many kids and gives them a lot of Biblical training in a week. A great way to reach the community is through the children in the community. That just might reach the parents! If your church is thinking about stopping VBS, I encourage you to keep on, keep on. If your church is thinking about starting a VBS. I would say go for it! Also check out when other churches are doing theirs, so you don’t complete with them. Very few churches even offer an adult vbs class.
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