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Choose To Be Your Best

Those of you who know me well, know that I am a hugger. COVID-19 is trying to change that for me so I did a little study on physical touch. I learned physical touch is known to improve the function of your immune system as well as reduce some diseases. See . . .

Make Prayers Come Alive

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the children’s team would encourage GA, RA, and CA leaders to focus on encouraging children to pray for workers, their communities, and their families.

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Grupo Acteens en Texas se mantiene en misión durante los desafíos de la distancia social

GARLAND, Texas. El discipulado misionero es personal para Mary Lou Sinclair y su grupo de Acteens (Adolescentes en Acción), aun durante una pandemia.

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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.

Springtime Prayers

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the children’s team would encourage GA, RA, and CA leaders to focus on encouraging children to pray for workers, their communities, and their families.

Leader Devotion: The Obligation of Love (Matt. 22:37–39)

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on Matthew 22:37–39 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Puerto Rico.

Graffiti 2 Works: Long-Term Faithfulness

“Life is hard in the city,” Kerri Johnson, the leader of Graffiti 2 Works in New York City, says. “In order to ease a few of these tensions, our artisans have learned a skill to help build their self-esteem. They have a place to belong, a place to earn a little money, and a place to learn more about our Father.”

Crafting is Fun!

This month, Mission Friends are learning about WorldCrafts artisans and special helpers. WorldCrafts is an organization that buys handcrafted items from artisans and sells them to provide a living income for artisans and their families.

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