Awana clubs in other countries
Mr. Awana by Art RorheimArt Rorheim is the founder of Awana Clubs, International which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. Awana Clubs, the premier youth organization, are found in over 100 countries and untold millions have been involved in Awana Clubs, either as an adult leader or a youth. Awana Clubs have recently been instituted in prisons where the ministry is making a vital impact. Art Rorheim is still actively involved in ministry both in the home office and also in traveling to international and local events. Many major ministries are linked to Awana.
Don't have an account? Sign Up. The people of Russia today enjoy freedom of religion, and statistics show that most of the population is Christian. The fall of the Iron Curtain has brought many opportunities for evangelism, church planting, and Biblical training—the kind that happens in Awana Russia. It supports Russian churches by reaching kids with the incredible news of the gospel, equipping leaders with discipleship, courage, and proven training methods, and changing the lives of many who wonder if life can provide something more.
But it disciples the rest of the church through equipping the Awana club Other countries are not like the U.S., where kids have an array of choices for activities.
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Today there are more than Awana clubs in churches across the state, with of them located in SCBC churches. It is an evangelistic and discipleship ministry that emphasizes Scripture memorization. Mike Hawkins of Anderson became the first South Carolina Awana missionary in , when 12 churches had Awana programs. After 31 years, he and his wife Kay are expanding their Awana ministry into Mexico, where he plans to spend one week each month helping to launch new Awana clubs. I have a goal to start one Awana club a month in Mexico and to help strengthen and grow the ministry in that country. Hawkins said he has always had a love for Mexico.
Don't have an account? Sign Up. Despite the devastation it caused, the earthquake in Haiti also caused a global outpouring of aid and unity in the church there. The evangelical church is steadily growing despite spiritism and voodoo, but it needs solid Biblical materials and good training for leadership—two hallmarks of the Awana Haiti ministry. Awana exists in Haiti to reach kids with the incredible news of the gospel, equip leaders there with courage and proven training methods, and to change the lives of many who wonder if life can provide something more.