Adults on Mission

Group Styles

Adults on Mission functions primarily through informal small groups whose members seek to accomplish God’s missions purpose in the world. While Adults on Mission groups relate to all of the WMU objectives, one or more of the objectives may be chosen as a special focus of a group.

Resources for Adults on Mission

When you think about all the activities life has to offer, why would an adult choose to make missions participation a priority?

The Load Unbundled

By Kimberly Hart

Are you struggling to carry a heavy load? Here are some tips for carrying a man-sized load:

Share His Light: Ministering with Others to Others

By: Gail Veale

Looking for a ministry and someone to serve with you? There are many opportunities in your community to share and spread the light and love of Christ.

Adults on Mission Bookmarks

Get your Adults on Mission group together, and enjoy a fun, easy activity. 

Voices of Annie

Each year as Easter rolls around, I look forward to hearing the voices of Annie. Some of the voices are male, others female. Some speak with a heavy French accent, others with a southern twang like me, yet others with a western drawl.

Get Creative for Annie Armstrong

Looking for some great ideas for how to promote the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions? There are tons of ways to promote missions, and missions offering seasons are great times to get creative. Here are 3 ideas to incorporate into your plan:

Easter Bracelet

One spring afternoon, I invited the women in my section of the neighborhood to come to my house for a finger-food supper and Easter fun. We shared food and exchanged pleasantries and then I handed each woman a paper plate covered in beads, thread, and a bracelet clasp.

Glorifying Jesus

We want our life, our work, and all that we do and say to glorify Christ.

I Didn’t Want to Do It

What teenage girl hasn’t begged God, “I know I have done wrong and have no right to ask this, but please don’t let my mother find out!” Certainly I had many times. But 15 years into adulthood, what was God asking of me?

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