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Navigate Life’s Detours with Peace and Purpose

young woman sitting in chair in field reading Bible and praying

The doctor turned off the screen and put down his ultrasound probe. With a grim expression, he confronted us with his findings. “Mrs. Conner, I’m afraid you are pregnant with triplets,” he said.

Never Give Up When Someone You Love Is Lost

Never Give Up When Someone You Love Is Lost

As much as you love your family members and friends and desire for them to know Jesus, remember that God loves them more and His will is that all should be saved (2 Peter 3:9).

Say Yes to Acteens, Challengers, and Youth on Mission!

Your role in helping sixth-graders transition smoothly from GA, RA, and CA to Acteens, Challengers, and Youth on Mission is an opportunity to prepare children for the next stage of their missions education journeys.

Acteens Celebrates 50 Years of Missions Discipleship for Girls

Acteens from Eastern Hills Baptist Church

This year, WMU celebrates the 50th anniversary of Acteens, the missions education group for girls in grades 7–12. To kick off the celebration, WMU will bring together former Acteens to reflect on the past and look to the future on Friday, June 7.

Working with Refugees, Stage 5: Being and Doing

Day 1 blackboard

God must be the initiator of a faith-based ministry with and for refugees and asylum-seekers. This ministry requires God’s heart in each person seeking to help them.

A Child Shall Lead

A little background on my GA group: getting my group into the community is a hard thing.

A Divine Encounter

Everyone agrees he was the nicest man. He was kind and gentle and humble. He never raised his voice toward his children or anyone else. His family moved from the dust bowl in Oklahoma to Colorado when he was a child.

Minister as a Family to the Homeless

family hosting yard sale

A couple of years ago, our family moved to a new city. We noticed something about our city right away. We noticed the woman with the sign at the stoplight by the grocery store. There was the man we passed on the way to piano lessons.

Everyone has Worth

fair-trade artisans and missions

Last week I went on a personal missions trip to Peru to see a well being installed funded in part by a Pure Water, Pure Love grant. The drill had success at the 80-foot mark.

Planning an End-of-Year Recognition Service

By now, the year-end countdown is on and you and your children are looking forward to a different pace and a much-needed break. Before the schedule shifts for the summer, celebrate all you have learned together with an unbeatable recognition service.

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