This year's exciting theme is "Bible Heroes". First, children will learn that God chose David (1 Samuel), and David chose God (a man after God's own heart). God chooses us and He desires for us to choose Him! Next, children will learn how "we belong to Christ" through the story of Ruth and Boaz (book of Ruth). When we have Jesus in our lives, He is with us and helps us in all things. He also gives us a family in Him, the Church. Third, children will see that "John the Baptist was called and set apart" for a purpose. Also, God "calls and sets us apart" for His plan and purpose. Last, children will learn that "Jesus Christ is truly the greatest Hero". Therefore, we are to be imitators of God as dear children (Ephesians 5:1). May the children understand the power of God's Word and the promise of Jesus as our Savior.
We will sing, dance, and play games. The children will also decorate and keep a super hero cape and mask. We will provide breakfast, lunch, and snacks. We are very thankful and give God praise for the children you have entrusted to us. May God's Word and the lessons learned follow them beyond their time at Boot Camp!
Because the 31st Annual Vietnamese Baptist Conference is in the Dallas area this year, our church will be joining hundreds of other Vietnamese Baptist Christians from across the United States (and even some outside the US!) for worship and fellowship on that Sunday morning, during the conference's final session/closing ceremony. There will be services in both Vietnamase and English.
Our church will be closed on this day, so please come join us at the conference! Attendance is free for the final session/closing ceremony.
Marriott at Legacy Town Center
7121 Bishop Road, Plano, TX 75024
As an homage to our cultural heritage, every year, we commemorate the Lunar New Year with a special Joint Service in the Main Sanctuary. Afterward, we fellowship over a potluck lunch, and several of our members organize and take part in a Lunar New Year talent show, filled with traditional songs and dances, as well as other special acts. To dress for the occasion, several of our women (and even some of our men) will wear traditional Vietnamese outfits, called áo dài. Come celebrate with us!