Children’s Vision

Our focus and goal in the children’s class is to build a biblical foundation in the kids. The children are taught the books of the bible, the stories within the books, and the people who bring them to life.
Michael & Gina Schraeder
(209) 833-7025


Victory Christian Church uses “Nest Family Videos” as a tool to create a fun and exciting atmosphere to learn in. Nest is a group of animators who left Disney to create biblical animated videos for children to learn and grow in God’s word. Workbooks accompany the videos to help reinforce what the videos teach. The books have word searches, coloring pages, crossword puzzles and even an “ SAT ” – that is a Scripture Awareness Test. The idea is to make learning fun.
Some of the Old Testament videos include Daniel, David and Goliath, Ruth, Moses, and Esther.  In the New Testament, videos include The Prodigal Son, The Good Samaritan, The Miracles of Jesus, The King Is Born, and He is Risen.
We also give out “Bible Bucks” for an added learning incentive. Children receive 1 Buck for coming to class, 1 for bringing their bible, 1 for answering questions in class, 1 for each page of homework they turn in, and 5 for collecting an offering and praying over it in front of the class. Periodically, they can redeem their Bible Bucks for gift cards.

Each teaching series last between 4-6 weeks, The children also get to do crafts in the classroom that are related to the topic being taught. At times, we will do a skit and let the children act out the parts. Our most recent was the Good Samaritan. This helps the children not only understand the characters in the story better, but also memorize verses.

Check In & Out

As you enter the church, we ask that you come to the classroom to sign your child in. This is a security precaution we use for your safety. Your child will then accompany you to the main sanctuary for Praise and Worship.
From there, your child will leave the Sanctuary with their teachers and go to their classrooms.  After the Service is over, we ask that parents promptly return to the classroom and sign their child out.  The children cannot leave the class unless accompanied by the person who signed them in.  Again, we do this for safety purposes.