Who is an Awana Advocate?
An Awana Advocate loves Awana and wants to create awareness of what God is doing through the ministry of Awana. He or she challenges their friends and networks to get involved in making a long-term impact on our world for Christ.
Why should I join the Awana Advocacy team?
For more than 60 years, Awana has been reaching children and youth around the world for Christ. As an Awana Advocate, you can help us reach 10,000,000 boys and girls with the gospel by 2020.
What are the qualifications of an Awana Advocate?
The Advocate should demonstrate a heart to see children come to know, love and serve Jesus Christ through proactive steps of advocating for the ministry of Awana. Find more details here.
What are the requirements to be an active Awana Advocate?
Awana Advocates pray regularly for the global ministry of Awana, share the ministry among their sphere of influence by challenging them to get involved, and communicate regularly with the Global Advocacy Department. Learn more here.
What is the time commitment for an Awana Advocate?
Awana Advocates make a one-year commitment. The hours per month will vary according to the specific activities of the Advocate.
How do I apply to become an Awana Advocate?
Fill out the online application. Once completed, your application will be reviewed by the Global Advocacy Manager and you will be contacted.
Will I receive compensation for being an Awana Advocate?
No, an Awana Advocate is a volunteer position, but we trust it will be a fun and rewarding experience.
Is there training or orientation available for Awana Advocates?
Yes, Advocates will receive a Welcome Guide, downloadable resources and online training. The Global Advocacy Department will be available for support and to help with any specific questions.
Who would I report to as an Awana Advocate?
Awana Advocates report to the Global Advocacy Manager.
May I visit Awana Headquarters?
Yes, we love visitors at headquarters and from time to time, we will host Advocacy events.
Can my friends and family become Awana Advocates too?
Yes, we encourage all Advocates to share about Awana Advocacy with friends and family and invite them to join the Awana Advocacy team.
What communication will I receive from Awana as an Awana Advocate?
The Global Advocacy Department will be in regular communication with you to offer support. New resources will be added regularly online.
How can I best stay informed as an Awana Advocate?
The best way is to visit the Awana Advocacy website regularly for the latest resources and training.
What is the next step to get involved as an Awana Advocate?
Does my voice really matter?
Yes, your voice matters! We need you to share the stories, opportunities and tools for engagement with new audiences. Invite those in your sphere of influence to engage in the Awana ministry and to become part of the movement to reach children – and the world – for Christ.