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Fall is Coming!

A famous pastor once preached a sermon titled “It’s Friday, But Sunday’s Coming.” Of course, the sermon alluded to Good Friday, the day Jesus was crucified and how desperate that day often seems.

Project HELP - Addressing PTSD with Children

Every two years, WMU prayerfully chooses a Project HELP emphasis. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), is the Project HELP emphasis for 2016-2017. WMU encourages members at all ages to minister in some way to those suffering with PTSD.

VBS: Very Big Suggestion

In June and July, your church is most likely hosting a Vacation Bible School (VBS). Whatever curriculum and theme you use, whether you do traditional VBS or a variation, you have a great opportunity to be on mission and to jumpstart missions education.

GA Leaders' Retreat

For the past two summers, Kentucky WMU has sponsored GA Leaders’ Retreats. Our first retreat in 2014 was at a Baptist camp. Leaders came from across Kentucky to learn from and share with other GA Leaders. We began the weekend with “Speed Dating.” GA leaders got into two lines.

How Children Can Come to Christ Through Missions Organizations

Many of the children that come to our church on Wednesday nights do not go to any church on Sundays. Our Wednesday night program might be the only time these children hear the gospel. We reach out to their families, but some of the parents will not come.

5 Reasons Why I Am a GA Leader

Ocean View Baptist Church GA
  1. I prayed: Please provide a new GA leader to provide missions education for our girls. The answer was: You do it. I became a Girls in Action® leader then, and I am a still a leader now, because You do it still echoes in my head and my heart.

Meet Me in St. Louis!

I always enjoy WMU’s Annual Meeting each year as WMU members from across the country gather to worship together and learn about missions work happening around the world. This summer’s meeting, however, will be extra special.

Go and Tell: Teaching Children to Share Jesus in a Postmodern World

scripture verse

“Then the 11 disciples went to Galilee. They went to the mountain where Jesus had told them to go.  When they saw him, they worshiped him. But some still had their doubts. Then Jesus came to them.

Children's projects for a postmodern world

Construction paper ready for projects

As our society believes more and more that any belief is acceptable, children need plenty of practice sharing truth and what they are learning about the one true God.

Postmodernism: Everything is Different

“Daddy, things are different today from when you were little.” If I’ve heard that once, I’ve heard it a thousand times from my eight-year-old son Evan.

Of course, he’s right. Things are different.

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