SUMMER 2022 LESSON FOCUS SCRIPTURE

 

June 5        True Gospel (Galatians 1:1-12, 2:15-21)
June 12       Justified by Faith (Galatians 3:1-29)
June 19       Walk in the Spirit (Galatians 5:16-26)
June 26      Household of Faith (Galatians 6:1-10)
July 3          Psalm 1
July 10         Psalm 22
July 17         Psalm 103
July 24        Psalm 119
July 31         Spiritual Blessings (Ephesians 1:3-23)
August 7    Riches of God’s Grace (Ephesians 2:1-22)
August 14   The Believer’s Walk (Ephesians 5:1-21)
August 21   Nurturing Family Faith (Ephesians 6:1-4)
August 28  Armor of God (Ephesians 6:10-20)

 

 

 

CURRENT D6 BIBLE STUDIES

 

A-Coffee Area                Families with kids under 18 at home.

B-116                             Senior Adults

B-118                             Families with no kids under 18 at home.

A-Upstairs                      Students 6th-12th

KK                                  Kids grades K-5th

Nursery                          Babies through Pre-K

D                                   Senior Adult Ladies Class

 

 

 

D6 connects the church to home and families to one another. D6 EveryDay Curriculum is one of the most effective small group and Sunday School curricula you can find. D6 is based on the principles of Deuteronomy 6:5-9—love God, love His Word, and teach your children to do the same.

 

D6 EveryDay Curriculum aligns small group environments at church so the entire family (elementary-adult) is studying the same theme at the same time. The cool thing is, it doesn’t stop at the church worship experience. This one of a kind discipleship curriculum goes beyond the small group experience and helps parents and grandparents reconnect with kids and teens through the use of devotional study guides, Splink, Parent Pages, and other take-home resources that help equip the home.

 

What Is A Family?

 

The family is not always an ideal set of parents and kids all doing what God intended. The Bible shows adapted models of generational discipleship. The often quoted and normal succession of teaching flows from father to son and on to grandson as seen in Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. There is not always a godly father or mother as evidenced in Mordecai teaching his niece Esther. Or Paul mentoring Titus, his adopted son in the faith (Titus 1:4). Notice how Timothy’s faithful mother and grandmother seemed to carry the whole spiritual parental influence. Regardless of your season of life, God can use you to teach someone in your family or sphere of influence by way of friendships and connections.

 

D6 EveryDay is the newest innovation in generational discipleship curriculum. D6 EveryDay Curriculum cultivates generational disciple makers to live out what they learn. Ministry leaders and teachers continue to view Randall House and D6 Family as the leading publisher of generational discipleship curriculum. D6 Curriculum, which began in 2004 as the first family aligned curriculum with real depth, continues to win national awards annually for content and design. D6 continues to highlight not only the story of the Bible but also the reason “why” it is important. D6 EveryDay brings a higher level of Bible engagement, laying a foundation of why and then teaching the what and how. Deuteronomy 6:4-7, Psalm 78:6, and Ephesians 4—6 remind us of the power of church and home working together for all generations. Ministry to the next generation involves intentional effort from the current generation; D6 EveryDay makes that mission a lot easier.