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3 Tips for Helping Kids Finish their Handbooks

When I was a leader, I had a room full of boys working on their handbooks. Only a handful of them made consistent progress on their handbooks. Several of them struggled with memorization. Many of them had a lot of work to do and a short amount of time to do it in as each […]

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Reaching Kids with Special Needs

As Awana leaders, we work hard each week to build relationships and speak truth into the lives of children and youth. But at times, there are children who enter into our ministries that have special needs. Whether it be a physical limitation, a learning disability, a sensory issue, or any number of things, we want […]

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Resolutions for the Weary Leader

The beginning of the year is filled with hope and ambition for many people, and we can get swept up into the sense that we have to come up with impressive aspirations to show ourselves that we mean business. The thing is, though, that for many of us we are already pushed to the limit […]

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God At Work in Latin America

The harvest is plentiful, God is at work, and churches and partners all across Latin America are using the tool of Awana to impact lives for Christ. Children, youth, and families are hearing the Good News of Jesus and being discipled in Christ like never before. We rejoice to see how God has raised up […]

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