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Share What God Has Given You with Others

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God wants us to share from our abundance with those who are needy. Food, clothes, and money may be at the top of your list. Canned goods for Thanksgiving baskets, blankets and coats during winter, and money for missions offerings are all wonderful gifts.

WMU Launches New Missional Resource for Hispanic Churches

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) Misiones para Todos (Missions for All) is WMU’s new, bilingual digital resource for missions leaders in Hispanic churches.

Igniting Faith, Community, and Mission in Illinois

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“Our vision is to see the community radically transformed by the love of Jesus Christ, and our mission is to ignite faith, community, and mission in the hearts of broken people like us,” said Levi Hart, lead pastor of Ignite Church, in Br

Share Cold Water in His Name

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Summertime makes us all grateful for the amazing, refreshing invention called air-conditioning. When yard and garden chores require us to be outside, most of us opt to get up early and get outdoors before the sun makes temperatures unbearable.

Raising Children to Adopt a Missions Lifestyle

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“Mommy, what’s a missionary?” I’ve taken courses about the missions field, studied about missions, and even written about missionaries, but I struggled to answer the question in a way that would satisfy my daughter’s childlike understanding of the world.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Jamie Thompson

As you read about Jamie Thompson and his ministry in Garfield Park, a community in Chicago, you probably had some questions about the logistics of this ministry.

Let Coffee Break the Ice and Build Relationships

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Let the fragrant wafts of coffee tantalize your nose as you listen to the noisy hum of espresso machines. Sink comfortably into a cozy chair, sip your favorite brew, and allow your eyes to flicker over the mosaic of colors and activity. Enjoy the flavors of a treat.

Christmas in August: 92 Years and Going Strong

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The year was 1927. Home on her first furlough, Elizabeth Ellyson Wiley spoke at First Baptist Church of Charlottesville, Virginia.  She and her husband, J. Hundley Wiley, served at the University of Shanghai in China.

Little Becomes Much: Simply Show God’s Love

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When we reflect Jesus, our simple actions turn into meaningful acts. What may not take a lot of time or effort for us can mean a lot to the recipient.
 

Make Disciples: Pouring Your Life into Others

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We all are pouring from our lives into others. The question is, “What sort of life am I pouring into them and why is it important?”

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