Church Bulletin Board Ideas

Ideas for visually promoting WMU in your church

• Posters from the WMU Leadership Team Resource Kit
• Missions news from state Baptist newspapers
• Pictures from missions magazines or Web sites
• Maps
• Photos of church members involved in missions
• Photos and information to promote church missions projects or to report them afterward
• Newspaper headlines plus pictures or lists of missionaries who serve in the affected area
• Publicity for church missions organizations
• Missions-related prayer requests
• Letters, emails, or newsletters from missionaries who have a connection with your church
• Posters for weeks of prayer and special missions offerings
• Book jackets or covers from missions-related books
• Information from your association about area missions work
• State missions materials
• Scripture verses with missions pictures
• Information about the Cooperative Program, including what the money supports and the amount your church gives
• Handout sheets of missions prayer requests, missionaries celebrating birthdays, or missionary contact information
• Drawings, posters, or other items created by Mission Friends, Girls in Action, Children in Action, Acteens, or Youth on Mission
• Promotion materials for special missions-related events
• Lists of opportunities for church members to volunteer for mission service
• A country, state, city, or other area where missionaries serve. Find facts and pictures to display along with information about missionaries there.
• A North American or international missionary to adopt. Have a greeting card or large sheet of paper for church members to sign to send to the missionary. Display correspondence, photographs, and other information as available.
• Tracts or other literature from mission boards or state conventions. Place them in an envelope attached to the bulletin board or put a stack of them on a table with a "Take One" sign.

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11.17.14

Do you live with chronic overload? Do stacks of to-do lists beg for attention? If so, I feel your pain. Add all I want to do with what I need to do, and life can become overwhelming. Occasionally I consolidate my lists, as a single page appears less ominous than several stacks.

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