Preschool Blog

Seek to Bring Christ Glory

For him. Those two little words in the emphasis verse make the biggest difference in our unshakable pursuit of God. Read the verse and focus on those two words in the last phrase: My dear friends, stand firm and don’t be shaken. Always keep busy working for the Lord.


As a Mission Friends leader, you do so much more than merely preparing a lesson about missions for preschoolers every week. You are instilling a missions heart within your Mission Friends.

Nurturing Growth in Faith: Sense of Trust

Have you ever witnessed young children at the swimming pool, eager to jump in the water? Parents or grandparents stand in the shallow end, coaxing their little ones to jump.

Matching Seashells

A Families on Mission Activity For Families with Preschoolers

Children’s Missions on the Horizon

While preschool missions has been an amazing time of learning about God’s love for his world, it’s almost time for your kindergartners to move up to children’s missions groups at your church. Sounds like an exciting time, doesn’t it?

Partnering with Parents this Summer

Connecting with the parents of our preschoolers has always been important. The importance of these connections has become crucial in the past few months during the pandemic.

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.

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.

Never on Pause

My dear friends, stand firm and don’t be shaken. Always keep busy working for the Lord. You know that everything you do for him is worthwhile. (1 Cor. 15:58, CEV)


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