New Testament Baptist Church Association in Manipur, India, conducted VBS using Regular Baptist Press “Investigation Destination” curriculum. Thanglemmoi Seldou, chairman of the Christian Education board, writes:
We are so thankful to you and Regular Baptist Press for sending VBS materials in CD format of “Investigation Destination.” VBS was held June 30—July 4 at Dr. Garlow Memorial Chapel and Hope Baptist Academy.
VBS had a great impact and success. There were 602 students from 19 denominations, 28 teachers, 15 helpers, and five counselors.
Every one of us involved in the program in one way or the other could see and sense the reality of God’s hand working among us. A week before VBS, there was heavy rainfall, but during the program, there was no rain and other things that could hinder the program. But right after the program was over, the rainfall continued. The VBS program was the plan of God.
Since evangelism was the main objective for VBS, with the help of counselors, more than 60 children committed their lives to the Lord and accepted Jesus as Savior.
Thanglemmoi Seldou, chairman
Christian Education Board
New Testament Baptist Church Association