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Your CMD 2019 Stories (Part 2)

We have more stories for you! Let's hear what children from across the country did for this year's Children's Missions Day to tell the good news to their communities. 

Fannie Heck: “The Predominate Personality in the Life of WMU”

Fannie Heck portrait

Fannie Heck was born in 1862 in Virginia. She grew up in North Carolina with a mother who was passionate about missions, and from an early age, Fannie shared her zeal. Fannie felt a particularly deep concern for the poor, which developed into a passion for social work as she grew.

Asking Good Questions

A well-told story should be followed up with good questions. Jesus not only told stories but was masterful at asking questions before, during, and after His stories. Questions help children package what they have heard and make personal application.

Josh's Journey

Remedy City Church Josh Carter

This month’s children’s resources include a story about Josh Carter in Portland, Oregon, and his call to serve God. We thought you would also enjoy learning more about his journey.

Your CMD 2019 Stories

Children’s Missions Day 2019 was a big success as children chose to “Go Tell” in their communities. Let’s see how children’s missions groups served their neighbors this year!

Your Story: Sharing Your Testimony

young woman with Bible and backpack

I grew up with Christian parents. My mom and dad had joy and peace others didn’t seem to possess.

Working with Refugees, Stage 4: On Your Mark

young African-American businesswoman looking at the camera while in a start position on race track

Let’s look at those tasks immediately preceding the start of a refugee ministry, hence the title “On Your Mark.” These tasks are the necessities of your particular ministry.

Ann Judson: The First Female Missionary from America

Ann Hasseltine Judson illustration

As we celebrate notable women during Women’s History Month, we are reminded each of these women was once a teenage girl. For many people, the teenage years are instrumental in shaping the course of their adult life. Ann Hasseltine, who later became Ann Judson, was no exception.

World Water Day: Pure Water, Pure Love

The United Nations’ (UN) World Water Day is held on March 22 each year. Events are organized on or around this day to increase people’s awareness of water’s importance in environment, agriculture, health, and trade.

 

Sending Hope

There were windows all across the front of our building. I could watch as their car approached. When it was parked, Wendy would retrieve the wheelchair from the trunk and place it as close to the passenger door as possible. After opening the door, she would position the chair and set the brakes.

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