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Prepare for a Great Start

Whether you are beginning your first or your twentieth year as a GA, RA, or CA leader, welcome to an exciting year of children’s missions!

I'm So Hungry!

Have you ever said the words, “I’m SO hungry”? For many people, hunger is a life-threatening issue. One in nine people worldwide do go to bed hungry every night.

Families on Mission: Fall Kickoff Event!

It’s that time of year when memories of summer are fading and school is back in session. As a leader of Girls in Action, Royal Ambassadors, or Children in Action, you feel drawn to this personal ministry. In this position, you want to reach families with children in this age group.

I Can't Teach for the Noise!

“I can’t teach for the noise,” one desperate leader wrote. “How am I going to teach them about missions if they cannot hear me because of all the disruptions?”

Creating Great Leadership Teams

The entire process of starting a new organization can be a daunting one. Whether it is a new business, social organization, or a book club, finding a place to begin can prove to be interesting.

Why I Lead GA: Another Leader Speaks Up

I’m a GA leader because I love GAs—once a GA, always a GA. I love that I was a GA and that someone was willing to teach me and that my church was willing to offer a program where I could learn about missionaries all around the world.

Missions leaders in Alabama congregation seek to nurture “world hearts” in GAs and RAs

For Girls in Action at First Baptist Church of Guntersville, Ala., learning about global missions from GA leader Rosalie Hunt is a definite perk. In fact, Rosalie literally wrote the book on the history of Woman’s Missionary Union.

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