What is CREATION Health?
CREATION Health VBS is a faith-based program designed to help children live life to the fullest by focusing on the eight universal principles of whole person health God originally gave at Creation.
These eight principles are taught using the CREATION acronym. Our program combines Biblical principles with evidence-based science to make health fun and exciting for children of all ages.
Parents want healthy kids, and this makes Team CREATION a great way to reach your community. Our resources are designed to stick with children long after VBS is over!
Make wise decisions.
Create good spaces inside and out.
Run and play.
Trust in God
Trust God fully.
Be there for your family and friends.
Think positive thoughts.
Fill up with good food.
Why choose CREATION Health VBS?
Leaders in Health
CREATION Health is produced by Adventist Health System, one of the largest integrated networks of hospitals and clinics in the world.
Biblical Principles, Evidence-based Science
We link Biblical principles with evidence-based science to make healthy living exciting for children of all ages.
Old and Young Work Together
Small groups include children of different grades and ages.
Team CREATION VBS teaches principles that children take with them long after VBS is over.
“We used the whole kit, and it was very easy to follow. The games were a blast, the crafts were very detailed and left a lot of room for individual creativity and the snacks were a big hit (the kale chips I think were the food that had never been tasted by any of the kids and they all loved them!!!). My favorite part personally was the locker room and how the children were so excited to participate. The program couldn’t have been better, the curriculum was very easy to follow and my staff that presented the materials did an amazing job and engaged the children with excitement and enthusiasm. Thank you again, so looking forward to next summer and VBS – “GO TEAM CREATION”
~ Nancy M.
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