Online Journey

Online Journey

Tuesdays 7:00–8:00pm

Starts September 12, 2017

Online Journey allows those in Gr. 9 and up the opportunity to explore with others the themes investigated by Awana’s Journey material. Since the one-hour meet will be held in live conversation through webcam or phone, your proximity to a Journey club is no longer a holdback from participating in Journey!

How much work is expected during each week?

The book we will be working though (Advocates, Essentials) has 2 pages that can be done in one sitting. If you choose to do the Bible Study however there is daily work in your book.

What is required to complete the Advocates Study?

For both the Essentials and the Bible Study you will be required to fill in all the work in your book, memorize the verse (as well as recite it to someone) and answer the 3 questions that will be posted online each week.

What will an Online Journey meet look like?

During the hour meet, we will watch the lesson’s short video, discuss the three questions previously explored during the week, and pray together.

Who will mark my lessons and listen to memory verses?

We encourage you to ask a Jesus follower in your community to mark your lessons and listen to the verses you memorize throughout the year. If you have a parent who follows Jesus, they are a great option!

What material will I receive when I register?

Journey Disciples Essentials or Bible Study, depending on which you choose as well as an additional notebook and pen. Registration cost is $50 for the whole year.

What video chat program will be used?

ZOOM is a web conferencing service that can be used from a PC or Mac computer, tablet or iPad, or phone. Calling in is also an option.

Meet Your Facilitators

Calvin and Rebekah Bock

Rebekah and Calvin Bock

Calvin and Rebekah are married and live in Vaughan Ontario. Calvin and Rebekah have both grown up in Awana and have a passion for the program. Rebekah works with Awana, full time, as the Church Care Advocate for Ontario.