Club 56 — the preteen ministry for 5th & 6th graders is happening at FBC! If you have a 5th or 6th grade, join us for this new preteen ministry in the Club 56 room (Classroom A) at 10:45 am!
Club 56 ( 2nd service Teaching Schedule)
|Sunday, August 13||Back to School #1||Deanna Sutterby|
|Sunday, August 20||Back to School #2||Deanna Sutterby|
|Sunday, August 27||Back to School #3||Deanna Sutterby|
|Sunday, September 3||Back to School #4||Deanna Sutterby|
|Sunday, September 10||Back to School #5||Deanna Sutterby|
|Sunday, September 17||Fearless # 2||Lisa Beach|
This class is a Bible study guide for all ages that consist of four units. Some Old Testament and some New Testament lesson are studied each year so that students will have an opportunity to study great spiritual truth, such as faith, love, salvation, worship, the church, sin, etc. in each unit.
The studies begin with three young men — Joseph, Daniel, Jesus — about which nearly everyone has some knowledge. These studies provide the foundation for future learning experiences.
This unit is designed to review old information, add on new information and encourage application. Review (transition) lessons promote continuity. Less study time has been devoted to poets and the prophetic books.
Some sections, such as Jesus’ earthly life, are studied in logical segments, rather than a mass so that events can best be categorized in the student’s mind. In studying Paul’s journeys and letters, a journey is interrupted when he wrote a letter to study that letter in the context of its writing. Likewise, Old Testament prophets are studied as they appeared during the divided and conquered kingdoms.
|Sunday, Sept. 10||Genesis 35:23-26;37:1-11|
|Sunday, Sept. 17||Genesis 37:12-36|
|Sunday, Sept. 24||Genesis 39|
|Sunday, Oct. 1||Genesis 40|
|Sunday, Oct. 8||Genesis 41:1-36|
|Sunday, Oct. 15||Genesis 41:37-57|
This is an optional class
“Danger Ahead” is the overall message of the Yukon, Ho!! curriculum, a danger surmounted only by Christ. When children enter the teen years, they face issues that threaten their Christian values. Those challenges require decisions that can affect the rest of their lives. How will they respond? What choices will they make? How will they prepare for the dangers ahead?
The Yukon, Ho!! the curriculum provides a stage for students to make these life decisions based on scriptural principles and to think through situations before they encounter them.
Each “trap” will be given a 1-4 week span, emphasized by skits, role-playing, games, and discussions. Scriptural foundations for decisions, a relationship with Christ, and the importance of guides such as the Holy Spirit, parents and Christian mentors will be emphasized throughout.
The main goal of this curriculum is to present the issues (traps as we refer to them) of adolescence to the sixth graders. A secondary goal is to present these topics to parents. Many parents don’t think about the issues that will confront their children until they face a problem in one of these areas. It needs to be talked about and Biblical standards discussed before their children ever get involved in these issues or traps. Through handouts and parent meetings, parents will be invited to consider their role and their responses. Parental involvement in their children’s lives is crucial.
|Tuesday, Sept. 12|