Missions: From Childhood to Adulthood

Having a missions discipleship organization for preschoolers, children, students, or adults at your church is great. But having all four simultaneously is even better! Age-level missions organizations build on each other to provide a strong foundation in missions education.

In Mission Friends, preschoolers learn about God’s love for them and for others.

Girls in ActionChildren in Action, and Royal Ambassadors understand that God wants them to be part of His plan as they learn about missions, pray for missions, give to missions, and do missions.

Acteens, Challengers and Youth on Mission help students grow in their faith journey, discover their spiritual gifts, and learn how God equips those He calls to serve Him.

Women on MissionAdults on Mission and myMISSION give adults the opportunity to participate in a variety of missions and ministry experiences that serve Christ.

When individuals progress from one age-level organization to the next, they experience consistent learning, service, and growth at each developmental stage. As a result, they develop a strong and purposeful missions lifestyle.

If your church does not offer missions organizations for all ages, pray about beginning them. Talk with your church leaders about this possibility. Then seek out women and men who have the ability to teach children and students. Ask those persons to pray about serving as leaders.

WMU can help too! Visit www.wmu.com/getstarted to download sample curriculum materials. Or, call 1-800-968-7301 to request free promotional flyers about each age-level WMU organization. 

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