The goal of Awana is to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.
6:15pm to 7:45pm
3 years* – 5th grade
September 4, 2013– April 16, 2014
*Must be 3 years old as of August 31, 2013
A non-refundable registration fee of $35/child
Registration covers all materials (uniform/handbooks) earned by your child during the club year.
You can register your children online at www.dbckidz.com or in the Worship Center.
From the very beginning, God set up leaders on earth. We see in Genesis 1, God instructed Adam to rule over the fish in the sea, the birds in the air, and the livestock that moves on the ground. Much later in the Old Testament, God called out prophets, judges, kings, and priests to lead His people. Each of these leaders, although different in many ways, had one main thing in common. Their job was to follow God. An interesting pattern can be seen when they trusted and obeyed God—the people under their leadership prospered. Obedience is trusting those who lead you by doing what you’re asked to do. God asks us to trust Him by giving us specific things to do to accomplish His work around us. He may even ask us to do something that seems too hard or too uncomfortable. But we can choose to trust that He’ll work out the details and take care of our needs. Then it’s easier for us to choose to obey and act on what we know, because we trust our ultimate Leader.
Using the past two months of Power Up offering and a generous donation from a sweet, young man who has a huge heart for missions, we will complete a mission project one Sunday in the month on July focused on the homeless in Lincoln County. As a partner of Christian Ministries in Lincolnton, our kids will stuff men’s socks with small toiletries and other items that can be used on the streets. Each sock will also include a New Testament and a handmade card from our kids. I’m so excited for our children to see that even through something small, they can spread the Gospel and make a difference in someone’s life!
Jesus’ followers witnessed so many amazing things while He walked the earth with them. They saw Jesus perform miracles and they heard Him teach a whole new way of thinking. Through it all, God was preparing them to carry Jesus’ ministry into the world. He was teaching them the basics:
Wisdom – I need to make the wise choice.
Faith – I can trust God no matter what.
Friendship – I should treat others the way I want to be treated. When we focus on these ideas, we can also begin to discover what God is doing in us to change the world around us. We’ll learn from Jesus’ teachings that we, too, can make a difference.