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I’m very excited about the variety of postings I’ve received from most of you. Now that you are all blog-savvy, you’ve been able to bring your own unique style and perspective to your blog site. I hope these sort of posts would continue to the end of the year and the end of Matthew 28.

This is why I’ve decided to simply go ahead and let you read, reflect, apply, and post as you desire! In other words, I’m continuing to allow the extensive freedom posting styles and techniques. Needless to say (but I’m going to say it anyway), there are still some guidelines. Please continue to include the following:

  • Prove to me that you read each chapter in Matthew’s Gospel
  • Prove to me that you understand the content
  • Prove to me that you not only reflected, but applied the lessons learned to your own life

With that stated, you may work ahead on your blog posts. Remember to do a minimum of one post per chapter. Also, you are welcome to post other things on your blog to. Some bonus examples could be (but are not limited to): cool worships songs you heard recently, funny and appropriate images or videos, something you learned from church, and other meaningful life lessons or reflections.

Please comment or see me in person for questions. Enjoy your long weekend!

Matthew 22 DUE: Tuesday, May 03 (PE) and Wednesday, May 04 (SC and EB)

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Bonjour, Hola, Ni Hao, and Hello Bible Classes! Welcome back, from your Easter holiday. I hope you were able to rest, have some fun, and remember the power of Jesus’ death and resurrection. “Alleluia! He is risen!”

Based on your feedback, we’re going to continue with the extensive freedom in your posts. In other words, read Matthew 21, and then do any kind of reflective post that proves to me you read the passage AND applied it to your life.

There’s one EXTRA thing I want you to write about though. You can even title it “Mr. Franke’s Special Request.” At the end of your post, please write about the fig tree found in verses 18-22. It’s a confusing passage, and even if you read some commentary you might be confused.  Try to make some sense of it and write about what you think it means. Do the best you can!

DUE: Thursday, April 28 (PE) and Friday, April 29 (SC and EB)

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broken glass 2photo © 2007 Jussi | more info (via: Wylio)
For our next two chapters in Matthew’s Gospel, you simply need to prove to me you actually read and reflected on the chapters, teachings, and events.

In other words, you can do any type of post as long as it conveys in-depth thought and application of the Bible to your life.

Happy reading, reflecting, and typing!

Chapter 19 DUE Dates: Wednesday, April 20 (PE) and Thursday, April 21 (SC, EB)
Chapter 20 DUE Dates: Tuesday, April 26 (PE) and Wednesday, April 27 (SC, EB) its raining at the broken bridge...photo © 2010 Vinoth Chandar | more info (via: Wylio)

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Here’s something different for your next post on Matthew 18. You’re going to do an “experiment” that involves you doing some legwork before you can actually start writing on your blog. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Read Matthew 18
  2. (BONUS: For fun, I highly recommend you check out this site about sheep facts)
  3. Find one verse, part, lesson, etc. that you either learned, thought was helpful, or was really cool/enjoyable
  4. Tell someone (NOT IN 8th GRADE) what you learned, thought was helpful, or really enjoyed
  5. Remember their reaction or the conversation you had
  6. Then write about this converstation you had

When you write your post, please include:

  • The verse, passage, or particular thing you were drawn to in Matthew 18
  • The first name (last optional) of the person you spoke to. (you can also speak to your family)
  • How the conversation went and the reaction of the person you spoke to
  • Any other thoughts you have on the “experiment”

Questions? Please see me sooner than later.

DUE: Monday, April 18th (PE) and Tuesday, April 19th (SC and EB)

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Greetings Bible classes!

We’re taking a break from new types of posts. Today is somewhat of a normal, reflective day. Here are your directions: Black mustard seeds, biji sawiphoto © 2007 zoyachubby | more info (via: Wylio)

  • Read Matthew 17
  • Need help understanding the transfiguration? Click here
  • Want to more about mustard seeds? Commentary here and wiki commentary here
  • Think about something that stands out to you
  • Write any type of reflective post that we’ve done in the past (normal paragraph, photo reflection, vlog, survey/poll, drawing, comic, and anything else that shows me you’ve reflected on the passage).  The only past thing you cannot do is an acrostic.
  • Post it to your blog!

DUE: Thursday, April 14 (PE) and Friday, April 15 (SC and EB)

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Dearest classes,

Here are your directions for the Matthew 16 Post.

  • Read Matthew 16
  • If necessary, use a commentary (or study Bible) to help you along the way
  • Post these questions to your blog: What do you find most confusing about Matthew 16? Why?
  • Then answer the questions using at least one complete paragraph with proper spelling, grammar, etc.

DUE: Tuesday, April 12 (PE) and Wednesday, April 13 (SC and EB)

Textbooksphoto © 2011 Scott Barkley | more info (via: Wylio)

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Welcome back from your Ching Ming FestivalWhat did you do yesterday? Please share in the comments!

Assignment:

  1. Read Matthew 15
  2. Use the information in Chapter 15 to either create an ACROSTIC or an ANALOGY
  3. The acrostic or analogy should be related to Matthew 15. You only need to do it on one of the stories (not the whole chapter). Please be thoughtful and make it at least as mature as an average 8th grader’s level of mentality! 🙂
  4. Post it to your site
  5. Comment on other acronyms and analogies

Enjoy!

DUE: Friday, April 08 (PE) and Monday, April 11 (SC and EB)

BONUS for those that want to watch (again)!!!

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