Girls in Action - Extras

All for You

All for You is the 2014–2015 theme for Girls in Action®, Royal Ambassadors® and Children in ActionSM. Through this year’s theme and materials, children will hear stories from the Bible and current missionaries while they learn how to surrender, sacrifice, and serve in their own communities and around the world. In other words, children will learn that everything we do is for God!

Christmas in August

Every year in August, children’s missions groups collect gifts for a select group of North American missionaries. These items help missionaries replenish ministry supplies, purchase items for ministry centers, and minister to people who need to hear about Jesus.

Does Christmas in August really make a difference? Yes, it does! Read testimonies from past Christmas in August recipients.

Supporting GA


You can be part of the future of GA through the Marjorie McCullough GA Endowment!

GA Journey


A new journey kicked off in the fall of 2011—the GA Journey!

Based on your ideas, this new individual achievement plan for Girls in Action® replaces WorldVenturessm.

GA Journey helps girls in grades 1–6 reinforce and live out the missions concepts they learn during regular GA sessions. This optional plan provides opportunities for individual GAs to deepen their missions discipleship and strengthen their faith.

Children's Ministry Day

Each February, thousands of children across North America participate in ministry projects on the same day: Children’s Ministry Day.

Pen Pals

Most children enjoy writing other Girls in Action, Royal Ambassador, and Children in Action groups. WMU does not maintain a pen pal list. But leaders can exchange information on the Children's Missions Facebook page.

Mission Studies and Offerings

Many Girls in Action, Royal Ambassadors, and Children in Action groups participate in special missions emphases each year.

North American Missions Emphasis
Every spring, children can participate in the North American Mission Study, which is part of the North American Missions Emphasis. This study is provided by the North American Mission Board.

Ministry Projects

GAs, RAs, and Children in Action love to do hands-on ministry through ministry projects!

Each month, GA Leader, RA Leader, and Children in Action Leader suggest a ministry project for groups to do. Many groups also plan their own projects, based on the needs of their communities.

GA Events


Many churches, associations, and states plan special GA events throughout the year. Here are just a few ideas:


Would your kids like to hike, sing fun songs, and learn about missions? Do your Girls in Action and Children in Action enjoy swimming, playing games, and studying the Bible? How about making new friends they’ll never forget?

If so, send them to GA camp, Children in Action camp, or another missions camp this summer. You may even get to go along!

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Children's Team Blog

When I think about the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering®, I think about Matthew 9:36–38.

When he saw the crowds, he felt deep concern for them. They were treated badly and were helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then Jesus said to his disciples, “The harvest is huge. But there are only a few workers. So ask the Lord of the harvest to send workers out into his harvest field” (Matthew 9:36–38 NIrV).

Children's Poll

Our groups will participate in the Week of Prayer and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® by:

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