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2 Ways Students Can Minister to Refugees

How are you engaging students to minister to refugees? Even if you don’t have a refugee community nearby, prepare your students to minister to refugees. Lead students to understand that showing kindness to people and building relationships while sharing Christ can impact your community in amazing ways. Today’s students have the potential to change the world for Christ in a powerful way!

Leader Devotion: The Obligation of Love (Matt. 22:37–39)

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on Matthew 22:37–39 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Puerto Rico.

How to Survive in a Full House During Quarantine

Who is going stir crazy being cooped up in the house with your parents and siblings? I’m pretty sure if we were all in a room and I asked this question, everyone in the room would raise both hands very quickly.

National WMU selects national Acteens panel

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – National WMU selected four outstanding Acteens as national Acteens panelists.

Get Ready for Acteens!

Your sixth-grade Girls in Action will soon become Acteens. As a GA leader, you have a vital role in helping each sixth-grader make a smooth and successful transition to Acteens. Your support will help them take this next step toward a lifetime of missions involvement.

To the Students: A Guide to Hope

This post is for the students who feel uprooted. This post is for the students who feel as if their plans for the future don’t look like they originally thought. This is for the students who are feeling uncertain and afraid.

Social Distancing and Missions? YES!

In light of our nation’s state of emergency, we find ourselves in strange days. School systems are closing until the pandemic passes while homeschoolers are marching forward with business as usual, but we are all under the mindset of not sharing germs and making sure we don’t pick up any.

God’s call to missions leads Katie Wood back to New England to share the hope of Christ

Brandton Wood, lead pastor of Hope Church in Brunswick, Maine, speaks to the congregation during a Sunday morning worship service. He and his wife, Katie, launched the new congregation in 2017.

BRUNSWICK, MAINE—Sometimes accepting God’s call to missions means being willing to pack up your family and head back home. At least that was the case for Katie Upton Wood.

Missions in the Dominican Republic

Ashley Fan, National Acteens Panelis

I spent the last week of June 2018 in the Dominican Republic teaching crafts at an English immersion camp. I worked with Haitian kids, ranging from three to fifteen years-old. This was a youth mission trip.

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