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Looking for more information to share with your church or other group? Thinking about featuring ACM in an event? This page includes our free VBS curriculum, newsletter archives, and all our Youtube videos. If you don’t see what you need here, please contact us and we’ll do our best to help!

Free VBS Curriculum: “Mission to Myanmar”

Adapt for church camps, youth groups, Bible studies & more

Our Mission to Myanmar 3-Day VBS Program is a totally free Vacation Bible School curriculum where kids learn about the Bible as well as the country of Myanmar. Additionally, it features a great cause: our new Joshua Schools for disabled children in Myanmar. We’ve thought of everything, including the opening ceremony, videos, songs, games, inexpensive crafts (with links to order supplies), and creative, kid-friendly snack ideas — plus a cool logo graphic for you to print on T-shirts and other materials if you desire.

All we ask in return is that at least half of offerings taken during your event go to Asian Children’s Mission. All donations from this program will go towards our Joshua Schools. Your VBS students will love to know that they are helping other kids in Myanmar!

Mission to Myanmar Videos

Preview the Mission to Myanmar videos to see if our curriculum is right for you!

How to Get Started

It’s easy! Download our complete digital curriculum and use/adapt as you see fit. Documents contain instructions, video links and item numbers to order inexpensive supplies/props from Oriental Trading Company.

Complete Curriculum & Images

Download Zip (8MB)

Download files individually

OPENING EXERCISES
Word DOCX | PDF

BIBLE LESSONS
Word DOCX | PDF

GAMES
Word DOCX | PDF

CRAFT INSTRUCTIONS
Word DOCX | PDF

CRAFT: BELL CUTOUT
Powerpoint PPTX | PDF

SNACKS
Word DOCX | PDF

Share Your Success

Post comments/pictures/videos from your event on our Facebook page so we can share them with our supporters, staff and kids overseas. We can’t wait to hear about how everything went!

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WEBSITE CONTENT ARCHIVE

We no longer update these website sections; however, we imported them from the earlier version of our site to preserve the content. (Formatting on individual blogs and stories may leave something to be desired due to the import process.)

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ACM VIDEO ARCHIVES

Summer 2018: “Mission to Myanmar” Videos

While these videos were created to be part of the Mission to Myanmar VBS Curriculum, they could easily be used for other purposes.

DECEMBER 2017: ACM END-OF-YEAR THANK YOU

Overview of the year and a special thank you to the organizations, people and churches who made all this possible.

DECEMBER 2016: ACM END-OF-YEAR THANK YOU

Overview of the year and a special thank you to the organizations, people and churches who made all this possible.

OCTOBER 2014: ASIAN CHILDREN’S MISSION UPDATE

An update, an overview and a call for prayer for the Myanmar Community Development Center (which was being built at the time the video was filmed, but has since been completed).

DECEMBER 2013: THE PUTAIK GYI ADVENTURE

A six-part short video series about an elaborate Christmas celebration held in a remote fishing village.

2011: ABOUT ASIAN CHILDREN’S MISSION

A 28-minute video from 2011 featuring the director of Asian Children’s Mission, Joana T. Jones. This video discusses ACM’s work in orphan care, community development, education and some relief work in various parts of Burma (Myanmar).

2009: EARLY YEARS / CYCLONE NARGIS

A seven-part short video series about ACM’s earliest work. The information is not up-to-date (things are less dangerous for Christians in Myanmar today), but it is an accurate expression of ACM’s first projects in Burma — most of which continue today.  Please note: Segment 5 – Cyclone Nargis has some graphic footage of the Cyclone Nargis aftermath with injuries, etc. that may be disturbing to sensitive viewers.