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June 1, 2010
The Heritage Academy varsity baseball team visited Conococheague Elementary School recently to take part in Child Evangelism Fellowship's Good News Club. The group meets at the school once a week to teach the students Bible stories and verses, and to play games and spend time with the students. While the baseball team was there, Assistant Coach Bob Smith taught the students a story about salvation through Jesus Christ. Then the players spent time showing the students the fundamentals of playing baseball.
June 7, 2013
Baker Heights Baptist Church , Martinsburg, W.Va., school for ages 3 through grade six, with games, music and food. Children will learn how to face their fears by trusting in God. School from 6 to 9 p.m., June 17-21. Free. Call 304-267-8778 or go to . Bethel United Methodist Church , Chewsville, the theme will be Everywhere Fun Fair. School for ages 3 to 10. Activities include crafts with Bible stories. Study available for parents during school.
August 2, 2013
Boonsboro Family Worship , Boonsboro, vacation Bible school on the theme “Kingdrom Rock Where Your kids Stand Strong for God.” Class is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12, to Friday, Aug. 16. Call 301-988-0894. Grace Brethren Church , Waynesboro, Pa., vacation Bible school on the theme “Kingdom Chronicles - Standing Strong in the Battle for Truth.” For ages 3 to grade six. Class begins at 6:30 p.m. Sunday through Friday, Aug. 9. To register, go to or call 717-762-5826.
By CHRIS COPLEY | | January 2, 2013
According to storyteller Faith Crumbly, her latest project is only a year old, and already it has a happy ending. Or at least a happy beginning. “We've been going for a year,” Crumbly said. “And people would get to meetings before I did. I was surprised at the interest.” Crumbly, a retired writer and editor with The Review & Herald Publishing Co. in Hagerstown, organized the Christian Storytelling Cafe a year ago. The group meets at a variety of venues, religious and secular, and welcomes the public.
October 19, 2012
Phyllis Washington drew from 40 years of children's ministry experience in her storytelling training at the Christian Storytelling Café's soiree. She engaged representatives of five faith groups in various ways of putting pizzazz in Bible stories for children, including making balloon characters, face painting and paper cutting.  Soirees as well as monthly sessions are open to adults and senior high school students. Faith Crumbly, Café executive director, facilitated the event which was held in the social hall at John Wesley United Methodist Church.
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