Sunday Bible Class
Our curriculum is Bible Studies for Life. The lessons scheduled for this week are:
Spanish Preschool: Los Amigos oraron por Pedro
English Preschool: People Prayed for Peter
School Age: People Prayed for Peter
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!
-Ayla Acero has a birthday on July 24.
-Sophia Barcenas participated in class.
-Steven Camargo participated in class.
-Annabelle Delavalle participated in class.
-Moises Delavalle participated in class.
-Vanessa Emokah participated in class.
-Charlotte Lowrance participated in class.
-Dwayne Osorto participated in class.
-The Preschool Class had good participation from Christian Gonzalez, Daniel Gomez, Samuel Henriquez, Guillermo Lameda, Samuel Marin, Katherine Ruiz, Samantha Ruiz, Angela Solorzano, and Samuel Valladares.
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Back to School Sunday
My husband, Rich, lost his dad unexpectedly when he was eight. When father and son functions happened through the years, men from church and his friends’ dads always included him. Perhaps that’s why my husband has such a heart for Little League baseball and is known throughout our community as a caring coach.
When our next door neighbor and her husband divorced, Rich stepped in and invited her son to be a part of our son’s team.
He understood what it felt like to be a fatherless child.
He drove him to practices and games, and provided snacks and equipment as needed.
One day, Rich got the shocking news that his assistant coach had died suddenly. Rich’s first thought was about Chris’s eight-year-old son. “I wonder how Jacob is,” he said. Then he called Jacob’s mom. Ironically, she told him the first person Jacob asked her to call about his dad’s death was “Coach Rich.”
Sometimes we go through what we go through, to help others go through what we went through.
My husband, Rich, a fatherless child, reached out to spread hope to boys like him.
Get in the game of encouraging fatherless boys or girls. Become a big brother or big sister at a local organization. Invite a fatherless child to play sports or attend an activity with your children. Play catch or shoot baskets. One man I know escorts an extra girl to the annual Daddy/Daughter Dance at school because her dad lives in another state. The possibilities are endless!
Condensed from “Giving Hope to the Hopeless” by Kathe Wunnenberg from faithgateway.com.