||1. 2016 Vision Statement & Yearly Plan
"Diving Deeper Into the Word of God!" II Timothy 3
“But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed, knowing from whom
you learned it and how from childhood you have been acquainted with the sacred writings, which
are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is breathed out
by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness,
that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.” II Timothy 3:14-17 (ESV)
1) LISTEN TO THE WORD
2) READ THE WORD
3) WRITE THE WORD
4) RECITE THE WORD
5) LIVE OUT THE WORD
2. 2016 JCM Yearly Plan
6 - March Birthday Celebration
20 - Palm Sunday / Parents and Teachers Day
27 - Easter Sunday
4 - April Birthday Celebration
1 - May Birthday Celebration / Children’s Day
8 - Parent’s Day
15 - Teacher’s Day
29- Joint Worship (or 6/5)
TBA - Teachers outing/picnic
5 - June Birthday Celebration
28 - Memory Verse Contest 1
3 - July Birthday Celebration
29,30,31 - VBS / Praise and Worship Contest
7 - August Birthday Celebration
4 - September Birthday Celebration
2 - October Birthday Celebration
TBA - Teacher’s Retreat
6 - November Birthday Celebration
13 - New Life Celebration
20 - Thanksgiving Sunday
4 - December Birthday Celebration
18 - Memory Verse Contest 2
25 - Christmas Celebration / Graduation Worship
3. 2016 Gospel Project Outline
• Spring 2016
March ~ June: God the Savior (Numbers, Joshua)
God the Judge (Judges, Ruth, 1 Samuel)
• Summer 2016
June ~ August: God the King (1-2 Samuel)
God All Wise (1 Kings, Job, Ecclesiastes, Psalms, Proverbs)
• Fall 2016
September ~ October: God the Revealer (1-2 Kings, Isaiah)
God the Pursuer (Major and Minor Prophets, 1-2 Chronicles)
• Winter 2017
November ~ December: God the Sustainer (Daniel, Ezra)
God the Provider (Esther, Nehemiah, Malachi)
4. How to do a daily quiet time with your children
• Make time that you can commit 20-30 minutes
o Some people prefer first thing in the morning, some prefer before bed-time.
Chose what suits your child best.
• Choose a comfortable location, with appropriate light for study.
• Have a Bible, Devotional guide, pencil, and notebook with you.
• Help your child to find the Bible passage listed in the devotional guide.
• Read the Bible passage with your child, help them to eventually grow into reading it
themselves once they are able.
• Help your child complete the exercises in the devotional guide.
• Ask your child what they want to pray about and write down in the notebook their
• Pray with your child
This is an important habit to make a part of your daily routine and will help you grow in your
faith life with your child. We hope that you will make this an important part of your day.