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Journey is a four-year program for 9th-12th graders.  Journey establishes high school students as lifelong disciples through a deep study of God's Word, mobilizing them to live with godly perspective and evident faith.  New Testament books like Romans, Galatians, and Ephesians are studied, while learning what it means to be true disciples of Jesus, how to advocate for the truth, and how to be witnesses for the kingdom of God.

Faith Foundation

Students begin the year in the Faith Foundation booklet, which covers the Gospel message clearly and concisely.

Bible Readings and Summaries: Throughout the Journey curriculum, over a 4-year period, students will be reading the entire Old Testament and providing personal summaries of each book.  This helps ensure they read all of the OT, taking in it's rich teaching and helping to cement what they are being taught as they further form answers to the questions they are asking at this crucial and formative age.

Which Book Are They In?

Students can join the Journey club at any time. When a child joins Journey for the first time, they first complete the Faith Foundations booklet, then on to the handbook for the year and progress from there with the other students.

 

Year-end Handbook Completion Awards

One book: Alpha Award

Two books: Excellence Award

Three books: Challenge Award

Four books: Timothy Award

Five books: Milestone Award

Six books: Meritorious Award

Ten books: Citation Award

Citation Award

Awana graduates who fulfill all requirements are eligible to receive the Citation Award, which is the highest award that Awana provides to clubbers.  Students must complete a total of ten handbooks, prepare and submit bible summaries on every book of the old and new testament, serve in a church ministry during Jr. High and High School years, as well as attend a bible conference during Jr. High and High School years.  Students who receive this award are recognized by many college and universities as having put forth substantial effort and are offered scholarship opportunities.  Additional details can be found on the Awana website HERE.

For more information about Journey, please see the Awana website: http://awanaym.org/journey

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