|A young Native American heading home from the Tanacross school parking lot.|
We toured this small Native American village and attended the Good News Club led by the teenagers of Faith Chapel in Tok, Alaska. These teenagers have been taught by C.E.F. workers, Troy and Rita Able and Strech and Sara Blackard.
A young man named Johnny attended C.Y.I.A. in Soldotna for the first time last year. He taught the missionary story at this club and did a great job at remembering all the facts and kept all the kids attention. I was so impressed. It is amazing to see such a group of teenagers enjoying each other's company,working as a team, leading an entire 1 hour after school Bible club! I will post more pictures of these clubs as I receive parents permission. These teenagers are giving up their Wednesday afternoons and evenings, as well as Sunday evenings for practice in order to share the gospel with children. They also lead them in memorizing Scripture and singing songs and playing lots of games to help get the wiggles out. All the kids loved it! All the teens loved it as well as the adult leaders looking on.
|Arriving at Tanacross Public School with the teenagers, ready to teach.|
|Playing a giant game of tag at Tok Public School|
|Teens continue to teach at Wed.night AWANA's program at their church.|