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Play and Learn July 2020

Cupcakes and Jesus

At the Oasis Fellowship in Japan, church members have special days when children invite their friends and family. They serve cupcakes, learn English, and learn about Jesus.

Seek to Bring Christ Glory

For him. Those two little words in the emphasis verse make the biggest difference in our unshakable pursuit of God. Read the verse and focus on those two words in the last phrase: My dear friends, stand firm and don’t be shaken. Always keep busy working for the Lord.

Preschool Monthly Focus

July 2020 Focus

Missions Area: Japan

Concept Area: Jesus

Missionaries: Ryan and Kelley Day


Free Downloads for Mission Friends

WMU provides a number of free Mission Friends downloads for your church and families. Scroll down the page to see all our downloads.

Christmas in August: Preschool

Little girl in front of christmas tree

Involve preschoolers in sharing with others through Christmas in August. Encourage preschoolers to bring items listed below for a missionary to be used within his or her ministry.

Matching Seashells

A Families on Mission Activity For Families with Preschoolers

Meet the Missionaries June 2020

Jorge and Rebeca Santiago are missionaries in Puerto Rico. They have two children, Sebastian (age 5) and Sofia (age 4).

A Word About WorldCrafts

During the month of May preschoolers will learn about WorldCrafts and its impact on families and communities both in the United States and around the world. WorldCrafts is the fair trade ministry of national WMU.

Using the Bible and Bible Thoughts with Preschoolers

Finish this statement: Jesus loves me! this I know, For the __________. “Jesus Loves Me” is one of the most beloved children’s songs about Jesus. It tells of Jesus’ love and how we find assurance of His love in the Bible.

Enlisting Leaders

One of the more challenging tasks for a church missions leader is enlisting leaders for the various age level organizations. While it may never be totally painless, there are a few tips to keep in mind when recruiting Mission Friends leaders.


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