March 19, 2008

Parent Resource: AWANA Council Time Curriculum

Note: These lessons are being moved over to our kid's curriculum site, faithkidslessons.blogspot.com. There you'll also find the Sunday lessons we teach, along with a variety of other materials our church generates. Click here to go straight to the master list of lessons.


Lesson 1
Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5


Lesson 6


Lesson 7
Resource-Letters

Lesson 8

Lesson 9

Lesson 10

Lesson 11

Lesson 12

Lesson 13

Lesson 14

Lesson 15

Lesson 16

Lesson 17

Lesson 18

Lesson 19

Lesson 20

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Am a new counsil time leader and was so pleased to find your fun, easy to plan, excellent material that will meet the clubbers where they are at.
Thanks

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing your lessons. As a new council leader I have been so nervous as to what to do for lessons and this helped greatly.

Gretchen said...

THANKS for this super resource. Simple, fresh, and relevant!

Anonymous said...

I have been involved in AWANAs for 4 years now going from Cubbies to Sparks (2 years) and now TNT. Thank you for sharing your lessons and I look forward to presenting them to the kids. A simply wonderful resource. Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

WOW! Great info. Thanks for sharing this. Never heard of Awana until three months ago when our new Pastor arrived and said we would do it. We are an Episcopal church mission located downtown serving the homeless and kids in the projects, so I am looking for leaders in the church communities who may not know Awana and will need a curriculum as we get a new club off the ground. This is a great blessing to us and will be a great help! Praise God for the Awana community! Thanks for the gift of your time in sharing this.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, thank you what a blessing!

Spitfire said...

Thank you SO much for posting these! This is our first year using the AWANA program at our church, and it's taken a little (ha!) time to get things running smoothly. The majority of the children attending have little to no experience with church, and these lessons are perfect for teaching the basic principles of our faith. Thank you, thank you, thank you! :)

Kay said...

This is so wonderful to have these resources without charge! I have heard so many great things about AWANA and now the children in our small church can enjoy them! P.S. Please look at lesson 10... it is missing, but lesson 9 is saved again as lesson 10 by mistake. THANKS!

Andy Doane said...

I fixed the messed up link to lesson 10. Thanks for the heads up!

And let me remind you that these lessons, as well as all the lessons I'm writing for our Sunday program, can be found over at faithkidslessons.blogspot.com .

Thanks for visiting the site and hope it helps!

Adam said...

As a first-time AWANA Commander in Missouri I was up against a tough task. With planning the year, finding leaders, organizing everything, and teaching council time, I was busy.

This last Wednesday I used your lesson "Who or what is God". Great lesson. It was well received by both T&T's and Sparks. Also, I caused some lively discussion about the Bible and forgiveness.

Thank you for this site. I hope it will continue to help others for years to come.

Andy Doane said...

@Adam - I'll definitely be leaving these here for the time being. However, all the latest stuff, as well as older stuff like these AWANA lessons, is being posted over at faithkidslessons.blogspot.com .

julenesblog.com said...

Thank you SO MUCH for sharing these lessons! They are the most usable I could find!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much sharing your lessons. Our T & T kids are enjoying them so much. They like the hand motions. I have added a song at the end of each lesson and we are having a great time.

Thanks again.

The Awana Burger has been one of the favorites.

Lorraine

Anonymous said...

Awesome!! Thank you for sharing these lessons! I love to teach the kids, but often times can't decide what topic to teach on. This takes the stress off of me so that I can focus on teaching and not on what to teach that evening :-)

Anonymous said...

Yay!! You and your lessons are an answer to prayer. I am so excited for Awana this year. Thank you for sharing. The kids will be blessed and so will our ministry!

-A very grateful council leader