GA

Focus on WMU "by All Means"

I remember so vividly my years as a GA. I enjoyed learning about missions, praying for missions, giving to missions, and doing missions. It was in Girls in Action that I learned about the Cooperative Program and how the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering support missionaries. GA was my window to the world.

As an adult, I knew the impact WMU missions organizations had had on my life and I so desired that my daughters would also have that biblical worldview. I became a GA leader before my daughters were in the first through sixth grade. It was such a joy seeing the gospel come to life for them as we learned about missions in GA.

Throughout GA and all the other WMU missions organizations, you will find the following 6 objectives in the curriculum and other resources:

Volunteer Recognition Ideas

If you have a Girls in Action group, you know you probably couldn’t do much without the help of your selfless volunteers. We want to help you recognize these important people and the impact they have on the girls in your group!

This FREE printable guide has some great ideas on how to recognize your volunteers. Just click here, answer a couple of quick questions, and you can start celebrating those helpers!

Want even more great ideas on how to recognize volunteers? Are you interested in shaking things up with your GA recognition services? Maybe this will be the first year you hold a recognition service for your girls and you need inspiration. We can help!

The GA Recognition Guide is full of tips and ideas, including:

The Faith Still Stands

My friends Diana and John Lewis served faithfully as your North American Mission Board (NAMB) missionaries. John was a palliative care chaplain. Diana served as a church and community ministries missionary. They were featured week of prayer missionaries in the spring of 2007. Diana remembers vividly the very day millions prayed for them. John had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Hospital tests on that day would reveal the extensive cancer that would take John’s life three short months later.

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