Immanuel Baptist Church in Monticello held their annual Vacation Bible School last week. During the three days of Bible School, the children were asked to bring an offering as they could. As an incentive there was a friendly competition between the boys and the girls to see who could bring in the most money. In the end it was a tie with a total of $500 raised.
That money will be donated to the Hands and Feet Project, which focuses on building children’s villages in the Caribbean nation of Haiti. Each village is built with the dual purpose of caring for orphans and providing a place for partners to come serve on short term mission trips. The villages are lead by American and Haitian staff members who are committed to the Hands and Feet family values. To find out more about the Hands and Feet Project, you can go to their website at www.handsandfeetproject.org
For more information about Immanuel Baptist Church, please visit our website at www.ibcmonticello.com