Families on Mission

Pudding recipe

Sharing God's love together is sure to ignite a lifelong passion for missions in your family! Use these resources at home to reinforce what preschoolers are learning at church. Talking about and praying for missionaries will spark creative ideas for helping others in your own community.  

WMU has developed resources that can help your family reach out to others.

Play and Learn August 2018

How to Eat Like a Missourian

Missouri sits at the crossroads of America, and this is shown in the foods that they eat. They enjoy southern treats such as pecan pie. They also eat foods typical of the West such as beef and barbecue. Missourians eat catfish from their lakes and rivers. Missourians also enjoy fresh vegetables from the farms.

Many of the settlers who first came to Missouri settled their families in the Ozark Mountains. They enjoyed Ozark pudding. Print the instructions to make Ozark pudding to share with your family and friends. Be sure to have an adult help you with the cooking.

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By Becky Rainey, Bessemer, AL

This Month

Creative thoughts for family missions activities. 

Discover more about this month's featured missionary, including prayer requests and fun facts to share with your preschoolers.

  • This month's missions focus—What is your Mission Friend studying? Find lots of ways for your family to be on mission together and to learn about the missionaries this month.

Families on Mission Calendars 2017–18

Preschoolers and their families learn about missionaries and pray for them, help others, and learn some Bible thoughts together on page 4 of each month's leaflet of Mission Friends at Home.  Ask your child's Mission Friends teacher for a copy.

Looking for more resources?

Find storybooks, helpful books, Missions Bank, Mission Friends T-Shirt, Mission Friends Sports Bottle, Mission Friends Tote Bag, parent-child leaflets, and Fair Trade items especially for preschoolers and teachers on our preschool products page.

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