In June, almost 15,000 people stepped foot on the West Cam-pus grounds for the Tri-County Fair, and one of the greatest bene-fits of that outreach was connect-ing with students from throughout the region. Many of these same students will return to Rockaway as part of the 175 children who will take part in our Vacation Bible School from July 9-13.
Tri-County Fair Fun
Quest exists to reach, love, and serve both students and young adults by creating an environment that offers a genuine encounter of God.
In July, Quest Kids reached a lot of new families through a variety of ministry opportunities—including our annual Vacation Bible School (VBS).
Albert Einstein famously said, “In the midst of every crisis, lies great opportunity.” Yet, looking back at the past year and a half, it was at one point very difficult to see how the pandemic could ever yield an opportunity to do ministry well.
After 14 months of not being able to gather in person, Quest Teens was thrilled to welcome back middle and high school students beginning in May.
In the story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37), Jesus asked if the priest, the Levite or the Samaritan acted as a neighbor to the robbed man. The lawyer answers, “The one who showed him mercy.”