clubs are an outreach and discipleship tool. Children who
attend play games, memorize Bible verses, and listen to Bible
lessons. Leaders receive good things, too, not the least of
which is hearing young ones learn to hide God's Word in their
hearts. Last year more than 90 people attended SBC's first
end of the year Awana Potluck and Awards Celebration. Help
of all sorts is needed to make this year's Awana program bigger
and better. There are many ways to help.
Pray for children to come to faith in God and learn how to
follow Jesus everyday. God works powerfully when His people
pay for their children's uniforms and books. SBC offers scholarships
for children whose parents can't afford these items.
The only prerequisite is a passion for Christ's work. It is
not necessary to "like" working with children or
teaching. Lots of positions are available for a variety of
talents, temperaments and gifts. Those interested need to
fill out an application and commit to being at SBC most Tuesday
evenings to help serve by:
leaders to serve Christ effectively as a director; or
Bible verses with children as a leader; or
directors and leaders by recording their achievements as their
children through Bible crafts and lessons; or
to parents as a greeter and/or substitute leader and more.
more information about the Awana program visit www.awana.org