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6 Year Rotation Plan from 1st Pres Lexington

We've reassessed our original three year plan and developed a 6 year plan with some of the more important stories to be repeated during the 6 year span.


We've also added a stewardship rotation to each fall.


Year 1: "Leaders" 


Judges- Deborah, Gideon, Samson
Stewardship: Parable of the Rich Landowner
Young David- Samuel anoints, Goliath, Jonathan
John the Baptist Prepares the Way
Elijah- The Great Contest- The Small Voice
Elisha -The Chariot of Fire- Namaan
Judas-The Fallen Leader-Spring
Peter in Chains


Kings- Saul, David and Solomon
The 12 Tribes and the Divided Kingdom
The Good Samaritan



Year 2: "Great Moments in Faith"


Birth and Call of Moses
Plagues and the Exodus
Stewardship: Parable of the Widow’s Mite
The Law is Given and Forgotten- The Ten Commandments/The golden calf
Joseph’s Test of Faith- The Birth of Jesus through the eyes of Joseph
Healing-The Leper, Bartimaeus and the Paralyzed Man
Brave Stephen
Jesus’ Last Hours- In the Garden, Washing Disciples Feet, Last Supper
Peter’s denial and Jesus’ Trial

Daniel and the Lions



The Fiery Furnace- Shadrach, Meschach and Abednego
Paul and Priscilla
The Prodigal Son

Year 3: "Stepping Out in Faith"


Jesus the Good Shepherd- 23rd Psalm
Prayer- The Lord’s Prayer- Types of prayer
Stewardship: Parable of the Sower
The Great Commandment- Shema
Advent: Birth of Christ Through the eyes of the Shepherds
Nicodemus- John 3:16
Loaves and Fishes and Walking on Water
Sermon on the Mount-Beatitudes
The Empty Tomb- Easter through the Eyes of Mary
Pentecost- the Great Commission


Put on your Armor of God
Fruits of the Spirit
Jacob’s Ladder


Year 4: "Forgiveness and Acceptance"


Jacob and Esau
Joseph I- Coat of many colors-Joseph and his Brothers
Stewardship: Parable of the Rich Young man
Joseph II- in Egypt
Advent: The Coming of the Messiah-Isaiah’s prophecy
Parable of the Prodigal Son
Mary, Martha and Lazarus
Saul to Paul- Paul’s conversion
Holy Week- the events leading up to Easter
Parable of the Good Samaritan


Body of Christ- Spiritual Gifts
Jesus’ Miracles- water to wine, Jesus and the Centurian

Year 5: "Covenant"

Creation (Gen 1:1)
Noah’s Ark
Stewardship: Parable of the Faithful Servant
Abraham Sarah and Isaac
Christmas Cultures and Symbols
Visions of the Kingdom-Jesus & the Children, Parables of the Mustard Seed & the Great Pearl
The Vine and the Branches
Exodus & Passover
Doubting Thomas- proof of the new covenant

Road to Emmaus- new covenant


The Ten Commandments
The Great Commandment
Parable of the Two Builders

Year 6 God Calls Us

Fishers of Men-Jesus Calls the Disciples
Paul’s Call- Paul’s Missionary Journeys
Stewardship- Parable of the Talents
Call of Abraham-God’s Promise to Abraham
Birth of Jesus Through the Eyes of Mary and Elizabeth
Epiphany- The Wise Men
Jesus’ Call- Baptism and Temptation
Queen Esther
Lent: Easter Through the Eyes of Peter
Parables of the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin


Philip and the Ethiopian
Where in the World is Michmash?
a then & now look at where Jesus, Moses, Abraham, Saul, et al walked

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