Your CMD 2019 Stories

Children’s Missions Day 2019 was a big success as children chose to “Go Tell” in their communities. Let’s see how children’s missions groups served their neighbors this year!

“Our three churches partnered together to go out into our community.  One team visited and took care packages to a local apartment complex and our city fire department.  We were able to pray with several of the residents and the firefighters on duty. The second walked around our town square giving out treats and praying with and for our local business community. The third group visited a local nursing home to play games and puzzles with the residents and bring treats to the nursing staff as well. One of the residents (who was 100 years old) shared with the children how she came to know Jesus when she was their age.” (Take a look at their picture to the right!)

 Darlington First Baptist, Mechanicsville Baptist, Mont Clare Baptist, South Carolina 

“Our Children in Action partnered with adults, youth, and preschoolers in January to make over 100 Valentines and fill over 100 goody bags for folks residing in assisted living residents and Homereach elderly in our community. On February 9, the children delivered these Valentine’s Day treats to two assisted living residences in Warrenton, and they visited with and entertained the residents. We were also able to bless the staff of our early weekday education center with valentines and treats on Valentine’s Day. What a grand, rewarding time sharing Christ's love in our community!”

— Warrenton Baptist Church, Virginia

“The Kennedy Baptist Church mission statement is ‘To Make Christ Known Across the Street and Around the World,’ so our children's ministry group went across the street to the local convenience store (Kennedy Express).  We are a small town, so this is the main gathering place.  The children bagged up cookies, which included a memory verse and a church card during their Wednesday night class.  On Saturday, February 16, we made our way across the street to the Kennedy Express and greeted patrons and employees with a bag of cookies and told them Jesus loves you.  We had a wonderful time sharing the love of God with others in the community.  We also visited a few homes in the community and shared the cookies with them as well.  To finish the day we made "bank boxes" to collect for our Annie Armstrong Offering.”

 Kennedy Baptist Church, Alabama

“We hosted a Valentine's party at Clara Verner Towers retirement center. We played checkers, tic-tac-toe, colored pictures, gave manicures,  served punch and cookies, and sang hymns.”

— Gilgal, Alabama 

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