AWANA Bible Club
Awana Permission Waiver Form"Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, handling accurately the word of truth." 2 Timothy 2:15 (NASB)
AWANA is a weekly club for children age 3 through grade 6 with the goal of reaching boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and training them to serve Him. Club themes build on one another and include Cubbies for preschool-age children, Sparks for Kindergarten through 2nd grade, and T & T for 3rd through 6th grade. Students meet from 6:15 - 8:00pm (6:15 to check in) on Wednesdays during September - May. The program includes game time, handbook time to learn verses, and council time, where kids learn lessons from God's Word.
Preschoolers can hardly wait for their next Cubbies club meeting. Whether it's the fun puppets, the exciting games or all their Cubbies friends, they simply love it. At Story Time each week, preschoolers learn about God–the greatness of His love and His Word–and about His Son, Jesus Christ, the promised Savior. Non-competitive games build excitement and reinforce Story Time lesson themes.
Sparks will learn:
Basic truths about God, Jesus Christ, salvation, and the Bible
To recognize a clear and consistent presentation of the gospel message
The importance of Scripture memory as they work through an entrance booklet and three handbooks that feature memory verse drills, crafts, activities and review of key doctrine.
T & T (Truth and Training) students will:
Learn and review approximately 310 verses
Study dozens of passages from the Old and New Testaments
Regularly hear and read the gospel message
Discover the Bible's response to questions like, "How does God want me to live my life?" and memorize verses to back up these answers
Complete missions projects that help them see the world through God's eyes as they work through an entrance booklet and four handbooks to earn the Timothy Award for faithfulness.
AWANA was established as a parachurch organization in 1950. Today programs exist in all 50 states and more than 100 nations worldwide. For more information, visit awana.org.