ok I'm haveing troble with this do more children get saved at VBS (vacation bible shcool) than in regular church?
I mostly agree with both the above, but I think that one of the main things is that weekly Sunday School can be fun but isn't often wildly exciting. As a teacher who's done both Sunday School and Holiday Clubs, I know that a huge team of adults and teenagers throw themselves into making a VBS a truly incredible experience. We can't put the same amount of time or people into weekly teaching, and (fortunately) we don't need to. So I think that kids, regular church-goers or not, will find the mix of adults and the range of activities more exciting and challenging at VBS, and are perhaps therefore more open to the Gospel at this special event.
Others, though, like the long-term relationships and discussions they can develop through regular church-going, and will find they are saved gradually, rather than in a big one-off event. I think that's about personality type, just as it is with adults.
Well, if the children go to church regularly then they will get saved sooner or later, depends on their age and if they understand what they are doing.
VBS- ususally kids bring friends with them who are from families of non-church goers. These kids like what they here and the more they hear the more they understand. So I think kids that don't go to church vs. kids that do, VBS is a place where they get saved the most.
Why is it a problem? Accepting Christ is a personal decision. VBS provides a safe place for kids to have fun, play together, hear stories and chill out during the summer. It's okay for them to relax, learn a few things and have a good time without the pressure of where they get saved. If you're helping out with a VBS (or attending one), just enjoy good times with good people.