Trek

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TREK – An AWANA program for Middle-School Students

Join us as we begin our TREK for God!

TREK challenges middle-school students to consider their relationship to Jesus Christ and how to seek His wisdom. TREK encourages students to live their lives for Christ’s Honor and Glory. A study in how to live one’s life in light of God Holy Word. What is God’s will for their life as a son or daughter of God.
Trek® is Biblically rich content with practical application for your students’ lives. Each lesson includes an activity, lesson, memory verse and seven days of devotions that help students understand the Bible.
We invite you to join us as we pray, study God’s Word, discuss how to apply His Word in our daily Trek, and of course… play games, worship Him in song, and more!
Trek First Book: Focuses on four big concepts in a framework called Redemption History. The four big concepts are Creation, The Fall, Redemption and Consummation. It allows them to work through the entire scripture and understand the big story God is telling, not only about the world but what God is telling about them as well.

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The table below shows the lessons for each week. Each unit includes a review week. There are 28 lessons plus 4 review weeks.

Lesson Lesson Title Scripture Passage Theme
Unit 1: Creation
1.1 Before the Beginning Began John 1:1-17 The Word, Jesus, God, is unmade Maker.
1.2 Out of Nothing Genesis 1:1-31 God made everything in creation out of nothing.
1.3 Imago Dei: I Am Special Genesis1:26-27 We are made in God’s image.
1.4 Boundaries: I Am Limited Genesis 2:8-17 God gave Adam and Eve boundaries. He gives you and me boundaries as well.
1.5 Male and Female: I’m Not Alone Genesis 2:7, 21-25 God made mankind as a unique and special part of His creation.
1.6 Dominion: I have Things to Do Genesis 1:26 God has made each of us for a specific purpose.
1.7 Everything Was Good Genesis 1:31 God made everything and that everything He made was good.
Unit 2: The Fall
2.1 The Adversary Genesis 3:1 Satan is the adversary of mankind.
2.2 Temptation Genesis 3:1-5 We all are tempted.
2.3 Sin Genesis 3:4-7 Sin is our desire to be God.
2.4 Hiding From God Genesis 3:8-11 Adam and Eve felt shame and hid from God after they sinned.
2.5 The Wreckage: Death, Suffering, and Pain Romans 5:12-14 Sin caused a huge amount of wreckage for all humanity.
2.6 Expelled Genesis 3:13-24 Sin causes separation from God.
2.7 Shedding Blood Hebrews 9:11-28 In order for sins to be forgiven blood must be shed.
Unit 3: Redemption
3.1 Noah Genesis 6-8 Noah built and ark, designed by God, as the only way to save humanity. Likewise Jesus is the only way to be saved.
3.2 Abraham and Isaac Genesis 22 God provided a sacrifice for Abraham in place of his only son, Isaac. God provided a sacrifice for humanity in sending His one and only Son, Jesus.
3.3 Moses Exodus 6:2-13 Moses was instrumental in delivering God’s people from the bondage of Egyptian slavery. God also sent His Son, Jesus, to deliver us from the bondage of our sin.
3.4 David 2 Samuel 7:8-16 David’s throne will be established forever. Jesus Christ is the King of Kings who rules and reigns on David’s throne.
3.5 Emmanuel John 1:9-17 Jesus became flesh and dwelt among us.
3.6 The Christ Luke 22:39-23:49 Jesus is the Christ, God’s Anointed One, who takes away the sins of humanity. He is the promised Savior, the perfect sacrifice for our sins.
3.7 Resurrection Luke 24:1-2 Jesus rose victoriously from the grave.
Unit 4: Consummation
4.1 The Ascension Acts 1:6-12 Jesus rose into heaven and temporarily left the disciples with a mission to share the gospel with the world.
4.2 The Church Acts 2:40-47 Jesus rose into heaven and temporarily left the disciples with a mission to share the gospel with the world.
4.3 Saul of Tarsus Acts 9:1-22 Christ gives us new eyes to see. Paul had an encounter with Christ on the road to Damascus that would change his entire life.
4.4 Already, But Not Yet Philippians 3:8-14 We are saved from our sins and God declared us righteous. However, becoming more like Jesus is a process.
4.5 He’s Coming Back! 1 Thessalonians 4:13-5:11 Jesus is coming back!
4.6 Rewards 2 Corinthians 5:10; Romans 14:10; Revelation 3:11-12 We will be rewarded and held accountable for the things we do.
4.7 New Heaven/New Earth Revelation 21-22:5 God will create a new heaven and a new earth. Believers will spend eternity with Him and live happily ever after.
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