CEF Recommends RBP’s 2014 VBS “Arrow Island”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—Child Evangelism Fellowship® has announced its endorsement of the 2014 Regular Baptist Press Vacation Bible School, Arrow Island: Choosing God’s Way. This is the fourth consecutive year that RBP VBS material has received CEF’s endorsement.

“CEF is pleased to once again endorse Regular Baptist Press’ VBS curriculum for 2014. Arrow Island: Choosing God’s Way. We continue to be encouraged by the strong biblical content and Gospel presentations of Regular Baptist Press material,” said CEF’s vice president of USA Ministries, Rev. Moises Esteves.

Founded in 1937, CEF’s purpose is to evangelize children with the gospel, disciple them in the Word, and establish them in the church. Likewise, RBP’s gospel-centered VBS curriculum is written specifically for sharing the gospel and encouraging students to grow in their maturity in Christ.

“We are grateful to receive this recognition from CEF,” said Alex Bauman, director of RBP. “From initial concept to final design, RBP’s focus is to create material that is engaging, educational, and above all pointing people to Christ.”

Arrow Island: Choosing God’s Way shows students the importance of choosing obedience, godly friends, kindness, courage, and active faith. This VBS provides Biblical examples that equip students to choose God’s way in every detail of their lives.

The Arrow Island: Choosing God’s Way VBS kit is affordably priced at $89.99 and is available now at www.rbpVBS.org/2014 or through the customer service department at 800-727-4440.

About Regular Baptist Press
Regular Baptist Press offers a wide range of curriculum, VBS programs, Bible studies, books, and training seminars. RBP resources are Biblically sound, covering the entirety of Scripture, and designed for spiritual growth.

Regular Baptist Press is the publishing ministry of the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.

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