Since we’re small, we tend to be guided more by content than the calendar when it comes to our classes. It works for us quite well. Currently, on Sunday morning’s, our adult class is studying 1 Timothy. I teach a youth class (2 of our recent converts, ages 10 & 12) and am using David Pharr’s “Beginning of Our Confidence” (a very good fundamentals book). On Sunday nights we’re preparing to begin a study on Hebrews (we use the last 15 minutes of our assembly for our Pew Packers class). On Weds, we currently have divided classes based on gender. The men & boys are studying what it takes to be a “real man of God” (spending a lot of time in 1 Tim 3) and also leadership training (presenting devos, leading singing, etc.). My 5 year old lead a song in class last week and my 7 year old presented a 2-minute devo (on what life would be like if there was no God). Even my son who is almost 2 years old tries to get involved after class (he loves to go up to the podium, open his NT, look around, say “Amen” and then sit down–LOL). The ladies and girls are studying a lot from Titus 2, etc.
Baby #4 is only 15 days away (according to the due date, anyway). I’ve been kidding Ranae about her delivering on this Thursday! 🙂