Way out West VBS

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Photo By Donna O'Connor | Robertson County NewsPeyton and Malachi sing, “Lean on me” at the Franklin Pentecostal VBS.

The Pentecostals of Franklin hosted the Way out West Vacation Bible School. The 30 children attending were treated to songs, crafts, music, scriptures and a small skit each evening. The VBS team of talented volunteers taught children how to deal with things like rebellion, discontentment and God’s plan for their lives. The motto, lead by Pastor Terry Seely, aptly named “Dudley Dwayne DoRight for VBS”, was “When things come at me I say,” No Way, No How, No Doubt”. Vacation Bible School wrapped up with the children singing the songs they had learned and a final skit for parents on Sunday morning.

Donna O'Connor | Robertson County News

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