Connect the Dots

Connect the Dots

dot-to-dot

Do you remember the dot-to-dot game? It consisted of a grid of dots in which you and at least one other person drew lines from one dot to another. When you connected the dots to make a square, you got to fill in the square with your initial. The thing about the game is that you cannot play it by yourself. It requires at least one other person to play.

In connecting the dots that more Mission Friends® groups means more missions discipleship, you can be a help to a Mission Friends group that is starting. Help them to know they do not have to do it by themselves! You could be a partner to help another church start Mission Friends. Is your church starting a new church plant? You could help them to have missions as part of their church from the beginning. Is there a church in your area that is interested in starting missions discipleship for their preschoolers? Check with your local Baptist association to find a church that you could partner with in starting Mission Friends. Is there a language church or an English as a second language program at a nearby church? Offer to help them start Mission Friends with their preschoolers.

Missions Growth

Connect the Dots

For more than 125 years WMU has focused on leading individuals to be intricately involved in missions. After more than a century countless individuals have learned and practiced a life of missions by giving to missions, praying for missions, supporting missions, and being involved in hands-on missions experiences.

Why is WMU important in the life of a church? WMU has many benefits for the church. Below are several key ingredients WMU can bring to a church. As you visit with and serve alongside churches in your community and association be sure to help them know and understand the benefits of having WMU organizations for all ages.

 

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