June 8, 2018


Sunday Bible Class

Our curriculum is Bible Studies for Life.  The lessons scheduled for this week are:

Spanish Preschool: Saulo hablaba de Jesús

English Preschool: The Good Samaritan

School Age: The Good Samaritan/ El Buen Samaritano

Please take the time to look at the Activity Pages that your children bring home.  You will find the Bible story, suggested Scripture reading for the week, and instructions for how to download the Bible Studies for Life app.

We love seeing your children in Bible class.  The more frequently they come, the more likely they are to build stronger relationships with the other children and with the teachers.  We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!


-Sophia Barcenas was a good helper in class.
-Caleb Bergman participated in class.
-Jacob Bergman read in class.
-Cashton Best helped clean up.
-Lincoln Bonds participated in class.
-Gio Delisma read in class.
-Brayleigh Harris helped clean up.
-Natalie Harris participated in class.
-Samuel Marin has a birthday on June 13.
-Marissa Navarro has a birthday on June 11.
-Levi Parsard participated in class.
-Angely Reyes participated in class.
-Weston Sensing read in class.
-The Preschool Class had good participation from Cashton Best, Jayce Kiddoe, Levi Parsard, Maya Pino, and Sammy Pino.

Mark Your Calendar

Bible Class


June 10
3rd-5th Grades Picnic

June 13
Summer Bible Club Begins On Wednesday Nights through August 15

July 8
K-2nd Grades Picnic

August 26
Back to School Sunday

September 2
Bible Class Promotions

For Parents

My horse has mended a broken heart a time or two. It’s unfortunate that some people would say I own an “ordinary horse.” He’s never accomplished any of the things that would make him a champion in the eyes of others. But to me, he is an exceptional healer.

God has a habit of using what the world views as ordinary to perform His greatest miracles.

Ordinary horses don’t know they’re ordinary, so why would we ever think we are? The Bible makes it clear that we are exceptional to God, designed with the purpose of doing exceptional things for His kingdom.

When Jesus called ordinary fishermen like Peter and Andrew to come and follow Him, He had a plan far beyond what they could imagine. I’m sure they never expected to be world-changers. Maybe they gravitated toward Jesus because they believed He was a prophet, or because He was magnetic. Perhaps they were simply sick of fishing. Who knows what was going through their minds?

However, in a few short years, God would use these two — and others — to spread the gospel of Christ to thousands of people. Peter even became known as the rock on whom Jesus built the New Testament church.

Since God transformed the lives of “ordinary” fishermen and turned them into powerful and effective missionaries for His glory, imagine what He can do for you. Go forth with excitement, in His power, and get ready to be exceptional today.

Lord, thank You for making me anything but ordinary. I, too, want to be a fisher of men. Help me to go forth and do exceptional kingdom work, amen.

Condensed from "Are The Extraordinary Ordinary" by Cara Whitney from faithgateway.com

EnglishVanessa Pardo