compassion ministries

Human Trafficking

Millions of people are trafficked worldwide each year. Through the WMU compassion ministries of Christian Women’s Job Corps and WorldCrafts, you can help trafficking survivors in your community and around the world rebuild their lives.


Lack of access to education, health care, and basic resources means that for many, poverty is an endless generational cycle. Through the WMU compassion ministries of Christian Women’s Job Corps/Christian Men’s Job Corps; Pure Water, Pure Love; and WorldCrafts, you can help people end the cycle of poverty through living wages, access to clean water, and job skills training.

Graffiti 2 Works: Long-Term Faithfulness

“Life is hard in the city,” Kerri Johnson, the leader of Graffiti 2 Works in New York City, says. “In order to ease a few of these tensions, our artisans have learned a skill to help build their self-esteem. They have a place to belong, a place to earn a little money, and a place to learn more about our Father.”

Serving Others During COVID-19

It’s safe to say we are living life differently these days. As a result of COVID-19, we have each made adjustments to the way we live everyday life. However there is good news in the midst of it all—we still serve a God who loves us, and we can still share His love with others.

Praying for PWPL Communities

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the globe, we are hearing many stories of the ways God is at work. We are also learning about ways in which we as believers can pray.

Compassion Ministries Connections

Compassion Ministries Connections gives you and your small group the opportunity to connect through prayer and support with people who are receiving aid from WMU compassion ministry partners across the country.

The Impossible to Possible

Mully Children’s Family (MCF)

At our ministry partner Mully Children’s Family (MCF), the impossible becomes possible through the love of Christ. This ministry models Jesus’ example of serving the least of these.

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