Shores Summer Spectacular: Hero Headquarters VBS

It's been a couple weeks now, but the summer has gotten off to a quick start and I have some catching up to do with the here goes.

The week right after school got out, I had the opportunity to perform in our vacation Bible school's main program. I have missed being on stage so much, so I was thrilled to be one of the four main hero characters, Maintenance Maggie.
Each night had a lesson/theme, which I would introduce to the other three heroes and send the student recruits off to learn more about in their sessions.
The first night's was "Heroes do the unexpected".
To wrap up the nights activities, we would all come back together at Hero's Headquarters to review the night's lesson and have our Hero HQ Mega-Challenge Simulator. Our Heroes and a recruit from the audience had to answer a Bible question about the evening's Bible Hero and then the recruit would win the night's helpful device to use in a physical challenge.
The first night I got to spray Pizza Man and Water Woman with a super soaker gun as they tried to rescue a boat caught out in a hurricane.
The next night my device was a radio that looked just like a sandwich to remind everyone that Heroes do the unexpected.
Then with the help of some recruits that Clark Cant, our hero host,had found we had to find out the next evening's mission by unscrambling letters that were written on hero capes.
That evening's Mega-Challenge Simulator involved rescuing a kindergarten teacher from a landslide of toxic sludge.
The next night I had a special device to call Heroes into action because we learned that heroes take action the night prior.
Pizza Man came flying in on his roller blades, which was hilarious and thrilling as usual.
That night we had to unscramble the mission that had been written out on flippers.
Heroes step out on faith.
The last night I even got covered in red slime (our version of lava), but not to worry, I was wearing head to toe rain gear. Too bad I don't have any shots of that moment.

Then to close out each night we would do the pity party dance for the offering based on if the girls or boys won that night's giving followed by our Hero's Headquarters theme song.
It was a fantastic week...though after learning each day's lines, I don't know how those soap opera stars do it day in and day out!
I can't wait to see what next year's production holds.

1 comment:

Andrew McCormick said...

I can definitely tell you were in your zone up there! Great pictures!

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