Imagine a gym full of preschoolers through women in their 80s. Imagine fun and games mixed with ministry. Imagine a multigenerational morning celebrating Focus on WMU association-wide.
While it might sound unwieldy to have all age levels together for 1 large event, everyone in our association enjoyed eating a potluck brunch before the children led in prayer for those on the missionary prayer calendar. Soon everyone split into groups to work on ministry projects specifically designed for his or her age level.
Moms who were not members of Women on Mission participated with other women and learned more about missions. In a role reversal, the children worked on projects while the adults played games designed to help them learn more about missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® using ideas that could be duplicated in their churches. Laughter swirled around the gym.
Who benefited from this morning together? Everyone. Children and students learned ways to bless the needy in their community through hands-on projects. Adults were reminded that missions education is important for all ages. And churches were strengthened from another opportunity to be on mission together.
Susan Bryant serves as president, Kentucky WMU. She was a GA leader in her church for more than 30 years.
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