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Welcome to our Church School Page! In here, you can receive a listing of all the Daily Scriptures, along with the Lesson Titles that each of the teachers will be presenting each week for Church School on Sundays!

As a thought: It is recommended to not just read these verses each day, but also read the entire chapter that contains these verses. As an example: For myself, the first thing I do each morning is to read the entire chapter that contains the verses. That way, I end up getting an even greater understanding of the text, and understand the context of WHY something was spoken in the text. If you read these scriptures first thing in the morning, you will “find yourself” remembering them as the day progresses…. Remember: The Lord NEVER wastes words!!

Also, it’s highly recommended to read the text in another version instead of just the King James Version. Although the KJV is one of the “foundational” scriptures, it’s a great thing to also read it from the Amplified Classic, the Message Bible, the New Living Translation, and/or other versions as well. In other words, get a bible translation that allows you to UNDERSTAND the text! Besides, at the end of the day, all scripture points to HIM, our Lord Jesus Christ, in some way, shape or form, and as we receive HIS IDENTITY through the scriptures, we are then able to receive OUR identities in HIM (1st John 4:17), which then allows us to move fully in what He has ordained, moment by moment, day by day, “in the midst” of this pandemic, or any other calamity that we face. As a result, we then become effective Teachers of Him in the world, being able to articulate the Hope that is within us… Just a thought!!

In the meantime, enjoy these readings! We will be updating this page periodically with new content so you can then be able to a) plan accordingly in receiving these scriptures into your daily life, and b) be able to even more actively participate in the discussions that we have on Sundays during Church School!

Monday, February 1st

  • Revelation 21:1-7: Receive the Water of Life

Tuesday, February 2nd

  • John 8:21-30: Jesus Declares, “I Am From Above”

Wednesday, February 3rd

  • Romans 8:12-17: God’s Children Led by the Spirit

Thursday, February 4th

  • John 1:37-42: Simon and Andrew First Disciples

Friday, February 5th

  • John 1:43-51: Galileans Philip and Nathanael Become Disciples

Saturday, February 6th

  • John 4:43-54: Jesus Heals the Son of a Galilean Official

Sunday, February 7th

  • Lesson Title: Called to Evangelize
  • Bible Background: John 1:37-51; 4:25-42
  • Printed Text: John 4:25-42
  • Devotional Reading: John 1:37-51
  • Aim for Change: “By the end of this lesson, we will IDENTIFY the barriers Jesus crossed in speaking with the Samaritan woman, SENSE the wonder the Samaritan woman felt in her meeting with Jesus, and SHARE with others the transforming power of God at work in their lives.”

Monday, February 8th

  • 1st Corinthians 15:1-11: Jesus Appears to Paul

Tuesday, February 9th

  • John 19:25-30: Present with Jesus at the Cross

Wednesday, February 10th

  • Mark 16:1-8: Spices Prepared to Anoint Jesus’ Body

Thursday, February 11th

  • John 20:1-9: Mary Magdalene Finds an Empty Tomb

Friday, February 12th

  • Matthew 28:1-10: Angel Confirms Jesus’ Resurrection to Women

Saturday, February 13th

  • John 20:19-23: Jesus Appears, Disciples Sent into Ministry

Sunday, February 14th

  • Lesson: Mary Magdalene: A Faithful Disciple
  • Bible Background: Mark 15:40; 16:1-9; Luke 8:1-3; John 20:10-18
  • Printed Text: Luke 8:1-3; Mark 15:40; John 20:10-18
  • Devotional Reading: Romans 4:13-25
  • Aim for Change: “By the end of the lesson, we will DISCERN Mary Magdalene’s motivations for committing her life to Jesus, APPRECIATE the sacrifices Mary Magdalene made in order to follow Jesus, and EMBRACE a lifestyle of wholehearted discipleship.”

Monday, February 15th

  • 2nd Timothy 4:9-18: Paul Reflects on His Ministry

Tuesday, February 16th

  • Colossians 4:7-15: Greetings to Saints in Christ Jesus

Wednesday, February 17th

  • 2nd Corinthians 13:11-13; 1st Thessalonians 5:23-28: The Holy Kiss Strengthens Ministry Bond

Thursday, February 18th

  • Acts 18:4-11: Ministry Shifts from Jews to Gentiles

Friday, February 19th

  • Acts 18:4-11: Roman Official Refuses to Settle Dispute

Saturday, February 20th

  • Romans 16:1-2, 6-7, 12-13, 16: Greetings to All Sisters in Ministry

Sunday, February 21st

  • Lesson Title: Priscilla: Called to Minister
  • Bible Background: Acts 18:1-26; Romans 16:3-4; 1st Corinthians 16:19; 2nd Timothy 4:19
  • Printed Text: Luke Acts 18:1-3, 18-21, 24-26; Romans 16:3-4
  • Devotional Reading: Colossians 4:7-15
  • Aim for Change: “By the end of this lesson, we will RESEARCH the life and ministry of Priscilla and her husband Aquila, APPRECIATE the ministry of those who explain the Way of God with accuracy, and SEEK opportunities to use our gifts or abilities to further the Gospel.”

Monday, February 22nd

  • 1st Peter 4:7-11: Don’t Complain but Serve One Another

Tuesday, February 23rd

  • Romans 12:9-19: Everyday Expressions of Hospitality

Wednesday, February 24th

  • Acts 16:35-40: Hospitality Practiced in Jail and Home

Thursday, February 25th

  • 1st Timothy 5:9-10, 3:2: Hospitality Practiced by Widow and Bishop

Friday, February 26th

  • 1st Corinthians 1:8-25: Christ, God’s Power and Wisdom

Saturday, February 27th

  • 1st Corinthians 2:1-5: Know Jesus Christ Crucified

Sunday, February 28th

  • Lesson Title: Lydia: Called to Serve
  • Bible Background: Acts 16:11-15, 40; 1st Corinthians 1:26-30
  • Printed Text: Acts 16:11-15, 40; 1st Corinthians 1:26-30
  • Devotional Reading: Psalm 33:1-12
  • Aim for Change: “By the end of this lesson, we will CONSIDER how Lydia used her gifts and her place in society to support Paul’s ministry; REPENT of the times we have looked down on others who have not had the same opportunities or advantages, and SERVE others joyfully through whatever means are at our disposal.”