|VBS & Day Camp
VBS Grades: K-6
VBS Time: 9:30-12:00
VBS Dates: July 23- July 26 Free VBS
Day Camp Grades: 1-6
Day Camp Dates July 30 – August 1
Ages: 1 grade ~ 6 grade
Day Camp Cost: $5.00 Daily
Day Camp Times: 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Anchor Bible Camp
We were very Blessed to have a group of teens from Heritage Baptist Church in Skandia, Michigan come and help serve this year at Day Camp. The Bell family did a wonderful job and were a great blessing to have at Calvary Bible Church. They taught Bible stories, played games, worked with campers and much more.
VBS 2018—Camp Moose on the Loose: Discovering God’s Forever Forgiveness
Students will experience a camping theme where they hike, canoe, and fish — complete with tents, campfires, and wildlife. Through the lessons, kids will learn about the life of Christ as seen through the eyes of Peter, and will discover the lasting forgiveness that only Christ can give. “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins” (1 John 1:9). Check out Camp Moose on the Loose for your VBS!
MEMORY VERSE: “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men” (Matt. 4:19).
THEME: Jesus calls people to follow Him.
The Only Sure Eternal Hope… An Anchor for the Soul… Jesus Christ!
Hope accomplishes for the soul the same thing which an anchor does for a ship. It makes it fast and secure. An anchor preserves a ship when the waves beat and the wind blows; and as long as the anchor holds, so long a ship is safe, and the mariner apprehends no danger. So with the soul of the Christian. In the tempests and trials of life, his mind is calm as long as his hope of heaven is firm. If that gives way, he feels that all is lost. Among the heathen writers, hope is often compared with an anchor. So Socrates said, “To ground hope on a false supposition, is like trusting to a weak anchor.”
Both sure and steadfast. Firm and secure. This refers to the anchor. That is fixed in the sand, and the vessel is secure. The Hope of eternal life is here represented as the soul’s anchor; the world is the boisterous, dangerous sea; the Christian course, the voyage; the port, everlasting felicity; and the veil or inner road, the royal dock in which that anchor was cast. The storms of life continue but a short time; the anchor, hope, if fixed by faith in the eternal world, will infallibly prevent all shipwreck; the soul may be strongly tossed by various temptations, but will not drive, because the anchor is in solid ground, and itself is steadfast; it does not drag, and it does not break; faith, like the cable, is the connecting medium between the ship and the anchor, or the soul and its hope of heaven; faith sees the haven, hope desires and anticipates the rest; faith works, and hope holds fast; and, shortly, the soul enters into the haven of eternal repose. – Adam Clark’s Commentary