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Missions Camp: A Lasting Impact

Nearly 15 years ago, I stepped into a place that would soon become one of my favorite places on the planet. There were no TVs or cell phones—just the excitement of young girls ready for an amazing week. This place I have come to love is the girls’ missions camp in Farmington, Maine.

WMU of Virginia streetwalking ministry offers light in darkness of Richmond prostitution zone

Pat Eggleston

RICHMOND, Va.—This isn’t your typical WMU ministry project. A small group of volunteers gathers two nights a month in south Richmond, Va., to walk a mile-long strip of the city and minister to prostitutes and others they cross paths with along the way.

Simple Ways to Add Missions to What You’re Already Doing

Students walking doing missions

Teaching students about missions is important. No, it is more than important, it is vital. Vital to a world full of people who don’t know Jesus.

Living in a Gen Z World

communicating with generation z

Welcome to the Generation Z world! It is past time to understand how to communicate effectively with this generation. The oldest of Gen Z are about to transition from being students to the workforce, or they are in the process of wrapping up their college education.

I Can Do All Things

woman reading the bible

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Phil. 4:13).

This Scripture is dear to my heart. In times of great stress, the Lord always brings it to mind, and it brings me comfort and hope.
 

Leader Devotion: Santiago, Chile

Student Leader Devotion

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on 1 Corinthians 9:19–23 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Santiago, Chile.

Leading Your Students to Christ

Leading students to Christ

Teaching students to be on mission is a great thing. But it can be difficult to gain traction with your group if they haven’t committed themselves to Jesus first.

Transitioning to Student Missions

Your older GAs, RAs, or CAs are likely getting excited about big changes coming as they move into seventh grade and join the student ministry of your church.

Praying for Child #14

praying for a child

I don’t know her name, but I have prayed for child #14 since the beginning of this school year. At that time, a friend from my church, who teaches Kindergarten in public school, posted on Facebook to ask friends to cover her class of 19 children in prayer through the year.

Friendship: Finding Soul Healers

two young female friends with coffee talking in living room

The desire for meaningful friendship is universal for women. Finding a companion who laughs at the same quirky situations and relishes similar pastimes is a cherished jewel.

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