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How Do You Make a Difference?

Helping others

What are you doing to make a difference in someone else's life?

When you do something that matters to someone else, you can feel the satisfaction from the positive impact. You know you are making a difference.

When Jesus was on earth, He spent His time teaching His disciples how to complete a task that mattered. That task was then charged to us. It still matters and makes differences in so many lives.

PWPL brings joy through partnership

PWPL well in Uganda

I was sitting on the ground in Uganda with several children, laughing and playing, when I noticed a group of older children carrying water they had collected from an open, dirty stream.

Stress, Anxiety, and Negativity, Oh My!

Woman praying by pond

Stress is a common emotion. We all experience it to one degree or another.

Although there are multiple tactics for dealing with stress, true freedom from the weight of stress can only be found in God's Word.

Here are some ways He will help you find relief:

Fun and Fresh Fundraising Ideas for your Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

Great Multitude

The best Christmas gifts don’t always come wrapped in pretty paper and tied up with a matching bow on top.  Each December, Southern Baptists join together in one cooperative effort to raise money for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions. This is an incredible gift for those missionaries serving around the world.  With 100% of funds raised going directly to the missionaries on the field, churches are looking for new ways to motivate their people to be a part of reaching the nations.  

Here are 7 fun and fresh ideas you may want to consider as you plan to promote and fundraise for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering:

Seeing the Unseen

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase the unseen? Perhaps like most people, you think about people who are hidden from society: victims of human trafficking or vulnerable children. We know these people are out there and we would help them in their plight if only we could see them.

In this fast-paced world, adult leaders need to not only model gratitude for those who are often unseen but also actively lead young people in serving those who serve.

Leader Devotion: Rohingya (Matt. 7:24–27)

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on Matthew 7:24–27 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Rohingya.

How to Add Missions to What You Are Already Doing

Students walking together

If you survey the average churchgoer to ask if their church is involved in missions, it is safe to assume that many are. Some would respond that they travel around the world to share God’s love, and others would say they give to various mission offerings.

Missions discipleship is vital for the spiritual development of students. Many churches already have full schedules for their students, so leaders need to find creative ways to add missions discipleship into our regular programming.

Built for a Purpose

Emily Morrow, Acteens Panelist

God created every single thing on this earth for a purpose - animals, plans, and mankind. Plants and animals have it pretty simple. They know their purpose, and they don't need to seek God to understand why there are here. Mankind, on the other hand, is a different story.

Food Insecurity: What Does It Mean and What Can You Do?

Homeless man on street

As a kid, I remember being aware that my family was poor, but also being so thankful that we never had to worry about where our next meal would come from.

For many children in the United States, worry about their next meal is a daily event.

So what is food insecurity, and what can we do about it?

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