2 Timothy 2:15
Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does
not need to be ashamed rightly dividing the word of truth.
High School Journey program for grades 9 - 12
Meets Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. (dinner
served promptly at 6:30)
Program runs September through end of April (Awards
Ceremony first Sunday in May at 3:00 p.m.)
Evening divided into 3 parts
Dinner & Scripture memory (reciting previous
week's verses and giving brief Bible summaries)
Bible and prayer time
Games (volleyball, ultimate frisbee, AWANA games,
prison ball, Sink the Bismarck, and much more!)
Requirements for completing work for one year and
earning AWANA Award:
Complete two lesson books (1 each semester),
answering all questions and saying the verses
Read approximately 16 books of the Bible and give
a brief oral summary of each
Complete three months of service in the Church
(most students work as Student Leaders on Sunday evenings for the
younger AWANA clubs)
Bring a friend
Attend an approved conference
GBC's Journey program is also focused on service and
outreach, so a couple of service projects are scheduled throughout the
year to be completed during the regular meeting time on Wednesdays.
Reaching others with the Gospel of Christ is also a priority, so Journey
students will also have the opportunity to learn how to witness to others
and then go out as a group to evangelize and
spread the Gospel to those in the San Marcos area on a couple of occasions.
Other opportunities through this program for those who
qualify and desire to participate include Journey Quiz and Games. For
more information about Journey, visit the
AWANA Journey Program on the awana.org site.
It is great time of learning and growing in God's Word! If you have a high school student, you do not want him/her to miss this time
of great Bible study, learning, and fellowship!
Director: Dennis Heideman