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We want to partner with parents to continually disciple and reinforce the things of God in your students lives. One of the ways that we will do that this year is to give our parents the same reading schedule that we are giving our students for each week, and some questions in order to start a discussion about what they are reading. These questions are meant to be discussion starters and not answer and move on so please feel free to re-word, divide, or add to the questions each day to deepen the discussion.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to
This is our first weekly reading plan to help equip our students with tools to encourage better practice of the spiritual disciplines as a way of knowing God more.
The 7 Arrows Method can help to read the Bible more carefully and thoroughly, as we experience the power that God’s Word has!
The Daily Devotions and 7 Arrows for Bible Reading are from our “Explore the Bible for students” book by Lifeway that we use in our Sunday School classes each week.
Reading Schedule for 5/23-5/27
2 Thessalonians 2:13-17
Why had God called the Thessalonians, and what were the called to?
Does the calling that we have differ from theirs?
2 Thessalonians 3:1-5
Pray this for yourself and your student.
Do you need anything other than what it says in verse 5? Why or why not?
2 Timothy 3:1-9
What does it mean to avoid these type of people when we are supposed to share with the Lost?
2 Timothy 3:10-17
Have you been equipped for every good work? Why or why not?
How do we get wisdom?
How do we get understanding?
Reading Schedule for 5/16-5/20
2 Thessalonians 2:1-5
How were the Thessalonians being drive by fear instead of the truth? Can you relate to the Thessalonians in that?
2 Thessalonians 2:6-8
How does Christ’s power over evil at His return give us hope and confidence in the face of evil now?
2 Thessalonians 2:9-12
Why are lies some of the greatest threats to our faith?
What encouragement is found in this passage? What specific area does it touch in your life right now?
In what way does this passage challenge you? What questions does it bring up?
Reading Schedule for 5/9-5/13
2 Thessalonians 1:1-4
Paul indicated that he should be thanking God for the Thessalonians, what does this tell us about gratitude to God?
Does this give you joy? Why or why not?
2 Thessalonians 1:7-12
What was Paul’s prayer for the Thessalonians? Is it different from what you might pray for someone who is hurt or suffering?
What is something that makes you weary? What does this passage promise you in that place of weariness?
How does this passage encourage us to carry ourselves?
Reading Schedule for 5/2-5/6
1 Thessalonians 5:12-15
What does it look like to love and care for our church leaders?
1 Thessalonians 5:16-22
Which of these instructions is the most convicting at your current stage of life? Why?
1 Thessalonians 5:23-28
What does it mean to be kept blameless?
What does it mean to “keep in step with the Spirit?”
How would your life look different if we held to the same promise that the Israelites made in verse 8?
Reading Schedule for 4/25-4/29
1 Thessalonians 5:1-4
What does the phrase “like a thief in the night,” mean and why is it important?
Who was talking of “peace and security,” and why would they be destroyed?
1 Thessalonians 5:5-8
What does it mean to walk as children of light? What are some examples of what this looks like?
1 Thessalonians 5:9-11
How does the resurrection give us hope for the future with Jesus?
What are some ways that we often need the words of fellow believers to encourage us when we are struggling?
Why is realizing what this passage talks about vital to our lives?
What does this passage bring to mind?
Reading Schedule for 4/11-4/15
Put your self in the shoes of the two women going to view the tomb, what is running through your mind?
How was God offering comfort to the women through the angel’s message?
Verse 8 lists two different feelings that the women were experiencing, one is understandable, but why might the women be fearful departing the tomb?
Why did the chief priests go to such lengths to make sure that the people knew that Jesus didn’t actually rise from the grave?