Children's Blog

"Fall"-ing for Friends

Looking for ways to involve children in hands-on service opportunities while also earning a new badge or patch? Fall is the perfect season for children to bridge generational gaps and minister to senior friends in your church or community.

Back in the Day

“Back when I was a child . . . ”

Didn’t we always hate hearing those words from our parents? We knew what would follow: they had walked to school uphill, in the snow, with no shoes or socks, etc.

Did your parents say things like that? Mine did.

Developing into Great Leaders: Online Learning

Have you ever attended a seminar or training session and thought, “This would have been so much better if I could have stayed in my pajamas”?

Compassion in Action

Several weekends ago, I opened my Facebook to find that a WMU friend was taking her Girls in Action members to visit the Baptist Friendship House in New Orleans, Louisiana. I immediately sent her a private message and asked her to take plenty of pictures of her GAs while they were there.

"The Road Goes Ever On and On"

Following the way of Christ is a journey, not a destination. Throughout this journey, there are adventures aplenty. One adventure that my wife Haley and I experienced recently is perhaps one of the most harrowing experiences a person can have—entering the world of adulthood.

Attention Missions Agents!

All CAs, GAs, RAs, and their missions leaders are wanted for a very special assignment . . . Mission: My Life!

Welcome to a New Year in Children's Missions

Are you prepared to accept this very special assignment—Mission: My Life?

Being a Better Parent

I really stink at being a parent. Just ask my eight-year-old son. He’ll tell you.

Christmas in August

You’ve probably heard the phrase “Christmas in July” before. Radio stations play Christmas music while you drive down the road in the blistering July heat, and retail stores display Christmas shirts next to the shorts and swimsuits.

Meet the New RA Consultant!

Hello, my name is Zachariah. I thought it might be nice for us to get to know one another. The following is a brief introduction, which hopefully sheds a little light on why I am excited to be working with Royal Ambassadors here at national WMU.

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