Preschool

Unshakable Pursuit: Firm in Your Faith

Stand Firm and Don't Be Shaken

Have you ever had a time when one bad thing happened after another and another? When it seemed like there were difficulties all around you? You may have been in this situation in the past, or you may be there now. You may likely face this in the future.

Reaching Parents: Linking with the Unchurched

Reaching Parents

“It’s a soaking not a sprinkling,” remarked a preschool and children’s ministry friend. We were sharing some ministry ideas and began speaking about reaching out to the unchurched families of preschoolers in our ministry. This comment stuck in my head for days.

Let’s All Work Together!

Child at Blackboard - How to Work Together

In the early childhood years, foundations are laid for salvation, making it essential that churches provide a well-balanced ministry for preschoolers and children.

Free Downloads for Mission Friends

WMU provides a number of free Mission Friends downloads for your church and families. Scroll down the page to see all our downloads.


November Downloads

Easy Jambalaya Recipe

Unshakable Pursuit: Stand Firm

Feet in the sand

I stood in the sand at the edge of the water on the beach when a wave of water came up around my feet.

Preschool Missions Focus

George and Joy Ross

Mission Friends is an ongoing missions discipleship organization for preschool boys and girls (birth through kindergarten). Through Mission Friends, preschoolers . . .

  • become aware that God wants everyone to know of His love
  • move from a focus on self to a focus on others
  • apply Bible thoughts to their lives as they learn to pray, give, and help others.
  • and their families learn of ways to give their time, talents, and money

Learn more about this month's missionary below.

What Do Preschoolers Need Spiritually?

Preschooler showing growth

We know preschoolers need healthy food and good exercise to grow physically. They need to explore, question, and use their senses to grow mentally.

So, what do preschoolers need in order to grow spiritually?

6 Ways to Navigate Your Preschoolers’ “No” and “Mine” Stage

Two-year-old Emma puts down a stacking toy and turns around to pick up a foam ball. When Nathan picks up the stacking toy a minute later, Emma grabs it back and says defiantly, “Mine!”

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