A Good News Club provides a fun place for children to learn about the Bible. It follows a well-organized plan that includes several ways to engage the children as they learn spiritual truths. All volunteers are trained and committed to sharing the gospel with the children each week. Clubs open with prayer to God and a pledge of allegiance to our flag. They also include a Bible lesson, memory verse, mission lessons, and review games.
Each Good News Club begins with check-in, snacks (in the beginning or later), prayer, and pledge of allegiance
There is a "GOD Can" for children's prayer requests for themselves or others and praise reports that recognize God's gifts in their lives. The children are taught that prayer is how they talk to God along with how to pray and the value of prayer.
Each Good News Club spotlights an important memory verse related to the message. The children are encouraged to learn these verses and taught the importance of memorizing verses.
Each Good News Club includes a Bible lesson that shares truths for the saved and unsaved child. The lesson includes real-life applications.
One of the children's favorite activities is the Bible lesson review game. It gives the children a chance to show off what they have learned and have fun!
Each Good News Club is an experience the children will always remember.