Group’s Holy Land Adventure VBS 2019 – Athens

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Athens VBS Review

Paul’s Dangerous Journey to Share the Truth

Follow the Apostle Paul on his missionary journey to the ancient Greek city of Athens. Your VBS kids will thrill to the true-life adventures Paul experienced as he traveled the known world to tell people about Jesus. Paul left his life of privilege behind to face persecution and danger to spread the life-changing truth of God’s love.


“Learn the jaw-dropping story of the Apostle Paul…straight from Paul himself!”


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2019 Athens VBS Review

Every year, we dig into all the VBS curriculum, programs, and themes to give you everything you need to know to choose the perfect VBS for your church.


Athens by Group’s Holy Land Adventure is a journey back in time to the Athens visited by the Apostle Paul during his missionary journeys. Your kids will hear all about the ancient city and learn how the good news was carried to the ends of the earth.


Escape to Athens With Paul!

Each day during the Bible lessons, your kids will take hold of the Bible point integrated within each activity. Day 1 tells how Paul began his second missionary journey and rallies the kids to the call, “God loves us all.” On Day 2, kids learn that God loves us and takes care of us just as he did for Paul and Silas. Kids will worry with Paul and Silas on Day 3, but will be encouraged with the fact that God loves us when others don’t. Then Day 4, Paul proclaims the good news about Jesus to the people in Athens and kids learn that God loves us so much that He sent His Son. And then on the last day, Day 5, Paul continues on to tell more people about Jesus encouraging kids to share God’s love with everyone.


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