Rebekah and Her Family
Versatile Budget Series: "Rebekah and Her Family"
The biblical focus in this five session VBS series “Rebekah & Her Family” comes from the Book of Genesis. God's hand is seen at work throughout the story — from Rebekah’s being chosen as a bride for Isaac, through the birth and lives of their twin sons, Esau and Jacob. The story illustrates how God remains faithful to his promise, despite our sin, and that God's power can actually change our lives!
8.5"x11" Softcover, 40 pages
Overview of Sessions:
Session 1: Rebekah's Hospitality - Scripture Basis: Genesis 24-32
Session 2: Love at First Sight - Scripture Basis: Genesis 24 :33-67
Session 3: Sibling Rivalry - Scripture Basis: Genesis 25 :19-34
Session 4: How Fuzzy Was He? - Scripture Basis: Genesis 27 :1-40
Session 5: Family Reunion - Scripture Basis: Genesis 32 :1 - 33:11
FREE SKITS: Rev. Ann Smith has written a children's skit to go along with each of the lessons in the Rebekah booklet, featuring two camels reflecting on the themes for the day. Download doc files HERE.
Think your church is too small for Vacation Bible School?
Sola’s Versatile Budget Series is a simple and flexible educational Vacation Bible School curriculum designed especially for small churches, house churches, and mission congregations. The flexible format works well for groups with limited budgets, or in situations where the ages and number of students may vary from session to session. Unlike more elaborate and expensive VBS kits, this book is meant to serve as an “all-in-one” teacher’s resource. The worksheets and handouts it contains can be reproduced according to local needs. Each book in the Versatile Budget Series focuses on a particular character from the Bible, bringing together several stories on a common theme. Resources and ideas are provided for gathering time, music, activities, games, and refreshments — allowing just a few adult leaders to host a week of Vacation Bible School.
The price of the book includes permission to reproduce the worksheets and handouts for local use. For smaller churches in a "one-room schoolhouse" setting, only one book is necessary. For churches with multiple grade levels and individual classes, we suggest that each teacher have a copy of the curriculum book.