Every Child, Every Nation, Every Day
What is a GNC?
A Good News Club is an after-school, Bible-based club held in the public school. Children, with parental consent, are dismissed directly to the club from the classroom after school hours. Most clubs are 90 minutes and include learning a Bible verse, singing meaningful songs, hearing an applicable Bible lesson, listening to a real-life missionary story, playing games and enjoying small group mentoring. Good News Club is free and open to every child enrolled in the public school! Every child receives a take-home devotional book to encourage daily time with God. The clubs meet one day per week for seven weeks during both the first and second semesters of school for a total of 14 clubs. Each week children will hear the Gospel clearly explained and be given an invitation to respond by believing in Jesus as their savior. Most clubs culminate with a party club on the last week to celebrate all that the children have learned!
To discover if your school has a Good News Club, click here.
How Can I Get Involved?
There are several opportunities to be involved with a Good News Club. You can pray for the children and teachers in the club. Become a club teacher or helper by contacting your local chapter and asking about training and opportunities.