In addition to Awana at Home, the Trek (6th – 8th grades) and Journey (9th – 12th grades) programs will be available to students who desire to continue the Awana program into their middle and high school years. Mike Moore will be available to meet one on one with any students who desire this challenge. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Did you know that young people today are in spiritual danger? Only about 10-15 % of youth raised in the church have a biblical worldview when they finish high school. Heading into the world on their own 70-94 % of young adults will walk away from the church. According to an independent study, an amazing 92% of AWANA alumni surveyed, (teenagers and adults) who participated in AWANA clubs as kids for more than six years say they still attend church once a week. Those surveyed said they felt their participation in AWANA contributed as significantly to their faith, values, and character as all other church programs combined. What a testimony to what AWANA contributes to children. AWANA works.
The name AWANA is an acrostic for: "Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed." It comes from Paul's final letter in which he appeals to young Timothy: "Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth" (2 Timothy 2:15).
Lots of fun and an introduction to God's word for preschoolers ages 3-5, Cubbies encourages these little ones to begin to make scripture a part of their lives through parent-child activities and memorization of smaller pieces of scripture.
Friendship building and the gospel message for K-2nd graders, Sparks teaches children about Jesus through games and introduces small peer-group interaction.
Evangelism and discipleship for 3rd-5th graders, T&T leads children into a deeper relationship with God and teaches them to reach out to others through mission projects.