Children's Leaders

Let's Give Thanks . . .

This month, let's give thanks . . .

  • for missionaries celebrating birthdays this week. May God guide major decisions and touch important conversations in amazing ways.
     

Face to Face: Use Technology to Connect Your Kids to Missionaries

One of the highlights for our Children in Action is having Skype sessions with missionaries serving in countries we’re studying in CA.

Fun Times Are Coming

It's that time again—a new year of service, missions learning, and fun! So how do you get your Girls in Action, Royal Ambassadors, or Children in Action group excited about it? Here are a few fun ideas to get started in the right direction:

Prepare for a Great Start

Whether you are beginning your first or your twentieth year as a GA, RA, or CA leader, welcome to an exciting year of children’s missions!

Families on Mission: Fall Kickoff Event!

It’s that time of year when memories of summer are fading and school is back in session. As a leader of Girls in Action, Royal Ambassadors, or Children in Action, you feel drawn to this personal ministry. In this position, you want to reach families with children in this age group.

Global Hunger Relief: Helping Children Respond

Each October, Southern Baptists work together to focus on Global Hunger Relief and respond to the issues of hunger in the United States and around the world. 100% of all gifts to the Global Hunger Relief offering go directly toward meeting hunger needs.

I Can't Teach for the Noise!

“I can’t teach for the noise,” one desperate leader wrote. “How am I going to teach them about missions if they cannot hear me because of all the disruptions?”

Customizable for You

I have a problem. But it’s a good problem! You may know that I lead younger GAs at my church. We started the year strong, with 14 girls in attendance. And each subsequent week, we have added a few new girls to the group. Now don’t get me wrong—this is so exciting and thrills my soul!

Creating Great Leadership Teams

The entire process of starting a new organization can be a daunting one. Whether it is a new business, social organization, or a book club, finding a place to begin can prove to be interesting.

Why I Lead GA: Another Leader Speaks Up

I’m a GA leader because I love GAs—once a GA, always a GA. I love that I was a GA and that someone was willing to teach me and that my church was willing to offer a program where I could learn about missionaries all around the world.

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