What are GenJ Clubs?

GenJ Clubs are integral to the functioning of Generation Joshua. Any GenJ member can start or join a Club. GenJ Clubs--organized by congressional district and county--consist of a minimum of five GenJ members who meet once a month to pray for our nation, carry out their civic and community duties, support each other in their civics educational process, communicate truth (spiritual and political), and be ready on short notice to be involved in campaigns for pro-family, conservative candidates.

The vision behind GenJ Clubs has its roots in Alexander Hamilton’s Christian Constitutional Society. Hamilton’s vision was cut short after he fell prey to the bullet of Aaron Burr, but his vision can still become a reality today. GenJ Clubs are a great way to broaden Generation Joshua's vision of developing your civics education and training, maintaining freedom, and creating an infrastructure of well equipped Christian young people who will lead our nation and world in the generations to come.

Click on the link to the right that says "Find a Club" which shows a list of current, active GenJ clubs. If you wish to join any of these clubs, please e-mail the National Clubs Coordinator at genjclubs@hslda.org.

If you would like to start a club in your area, please email the National Clubs Coordinator for our GenJ Club Handbook!

“I am well aware of the Toil and Blood and Treasure, that it will cost Us to maintain this Declaration, and support and defend these States. Yet through all the Gloom I can see the Rays of ravishing Light and Glory. I can see that the End is more than worth all the Means.” 

- John Adams