CMD

Children's Missions Day: Some Last-Minute Tips

Children's Missions Day (CMD) is one of the best opportunities to prepare the next generation to reach people for Jesus Christ—and to show children what they are capable of accomplishing now! Remind children of these truths as you prepare and promote CMD in your church and association:

Putting Feet to Your Faith

One of the most important parts of missions is not just learning, but doing. That's what Children's Missions Day (CMD) is all about. During CMD, kids get the opportunity to put feet to what they've learned. They get to be on mission, maybe for the first time.

Focus on WMU/CMD

Focus on WMU

Mission Friends may be the most energetic part of WMU! Preschoolers are lively, and they learn about missions in many creative ways. Highlight Mission Friends as part of Focus on WMU during the week of February 10-16, 2020.

Children's Missions Day Basics

Why Participate in Children's Missions Day?

Why should churches participate in Children's Missions Day? It's motivational. It's easy. And it works!

Children's Missions Day is motivational!

“Go Tell,” and they did!

A picture is truly worth a thousand words! On Saturday, thousands of children in grades 1–6 participated in national WMU-sponsored Children’s Missions Day. Children from all over the nation participated in hands-on ministry.

In With the New

It won’t be long and the familiar sound of a ringing school bell will be heard in classrooms. The wheels on the big yellow school bus will be going round and round. And, kids will be dragging themselves out of bed and back to school for another year of learning.

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