I have been privileged to lead Girls in Action in my church for more than 13 years. I have taught first-, second-, third-, and sixth-grade girls.
Through all these years of teaching, the missionaries we have studied have inspired me, too. It is not just the girls who learn about missions during our class time.
I am excited that we have several young mothers who are leading in GA this year. My missions vision is to not only teach my third-graders but also encourage these young teachers.
You see, the more these teachers learn, the more they are going to want to know, give, and go. They can’t help but be inspired to become involved in missions and go forward just as the girls are learning to do.
As a result of these young women sacrificing time to teach GA, they are laying the foundation for teaching their own children about missions.
I can’t wait to see the impact these moms are going to have in our church and around the world because of their excitement about missions!
Jennifer Booth writes from her home in Little Rock, Arkansas. Connect with her on her blog at JenniferBooth.com.