Guatemala ’ 13
 


Max Crew #: 20
Ages: All ages
Purpose: To organize and lead a daily 2 Hr. VBS program for the children at each site; do cultural exchange projects, build relationships with children and their families, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through music, stories, crafts, and service projects.
Vacation bible school crews
team  Requirements:
Experience with leading and teaching children preferred by not necessary
Servant hearted 
Flexible to plans changing
Team player
Spanish language not needed
Potential  mission  projects 
Lead daily crafts, music, games & Bible stories
Guatemalan & American crafts: (i.e. Christmas ornaments, floss bracelets, necklaces, wooden crosses, etc.) Projects may change
Shawn Smith & others will provide music 2-3 times/day
Assist other Mission Crews in the mornings
Supplies
Craft supplies (tba)
Personal photo albums to share with children & staff
 

Vacation Bible School Crew

Designed for children, families, seniors, and young & old alike, this crew will have a variety of cultural experiences with the children and will serve them by leading and participating in a daily 2 hour Vacation Bible School style program.  We will share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with approximately 200-300 children per day, through music, Bible stories, crafts, games, and service projects. 


Bible school is one of the most requested projects from community leaders, due to the high risk of gang-life for teens in the capital Guatemala City, that families and churches are fighting against with the Word of God.


The theme of this year’s VBS is “Hearts For Jesus”.  We will be sharing the life of Jesus, over the 4 day VBS program offered each afternoon at our Mission Sites.


Since this is only an afternoon project, this crew will also serve on one of the other Mission Crews in the mornings.  Potential VBS projects at each site, and mission supplies may change as needed.  Some supplies will be collected by team members prior to the trip while others will be provided by other sources. 


For more information, visit the FAQs page.  For photos and more information about this crew, please visit the previous blogs and watch our documentary.