October 5th, 2018

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Sunday Bible Class

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

Spanish Preschool: Jacob y Esaú eran hermanos

English Preschool: Jacob and Esau Were Brothers

School Age: Jacob and Esau

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!

Recognition

-Caleb Bergman brought a gift for Compassion International.
-Jacob Bergman led songs in class.
-Alfonso Corro has a birthday on October 8.
-Jonathan Delisma realized he needed to give an apology.
-Gio Delisma led prayer in class.
-Brenda Emokah has a birthday on October 9.
-Vanessa Emokah set up all the animals in Noah’s Ark in class.
-Samuel Henriquez has a birthday on October 6.
-Rachel Hernandez has a birthday today.
-Nicole Leon set up the animals in Noah’s Ark in class.
-Oliver Lowrance led songs in class.
-Nicholas Perez has a birthday today.
-Maya Pino was helpful in class.
-Samantha Ruiz participated in class.
-Jeremiah Sanchez has a birthday on October 10.
-Lyla Sensing was helpful in class.
-Angela Solorzano has a birthday on October 8.
-The Kindergarten-2nd Grade class had great participation from Alfonso Corro, Aiden Martinez, Luke Parsard, Logan Sensing, and Weston Sensing.

Mark Your Calendar

Sundays
Bible Class

Wednesdays
Awana Club

October 13
Pumpkin Patch

October 14
K-2nd Grades Picnic

October 28
Fall Festival

October 31
No Awana

November 11
Preschool Picnic 

November 18
Blessed to Be a Blessing


For Parents

When striving to be a role model for our kids, there will be plenty of times we fail. Our children have a funny way of calling us out when we do something that is inconsistent with what we are teaching them. For example, it’s a bit of a wake up call to have your children stop you mid-sentence because you’re talking with your mouth full at the dinner table after you’ve told them they shouldn’t. I’ve definitely done that! Good role models are intentional in their words and actions. If you desire to be a role model, who is worthy of being followed, here are 7 areas in your life that need to be evaluated and changed accordingly.

 1. Your Language

Watch what you say. Whether you think your kids are listening or not, they hear you. Be careful not to call other people names, gossip, or curse if you don’t want your kids doing the same things.

2. Your Tone

How you talk to someone is just as important as the words that are used. Be careful to speak to your spouse and others with respect. Sometimes I say the right words but my tone of voice and facial expressions don’t match.

3. Your Attitude

Negativity breeds more negativity. Have a can-do attitude for your child to be prepared to take on the world. Sometimes even the smallest attitude adjustment can go a long way.

4. Your Manners

Are your elbows on the table? Do you hold doors for women when out in public? Your children will be little gentlemen and little ladies only if you model it yourself.

5. Your Confidence

Exhibit confidence to your kids in doing what is good. Always do the right things for the right reasons.

6. Your Forgiveness

We all make mistakes. Are you modeling forgiveness for your children? And do you apologize when you are in the wrong?

7. Your Love

The greatest gift that you can give your children is love. Be a model of love for your kids. Show and tell your children that they mean the world to you. They will learn to love the way you do.

Condensed from Are you a Role Model Worth Following by Mark Merrill from markmerrill.com.  

EnglishVanessa Pardo