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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.

Share What God Has Given You with Others

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God wants us to share from our abundance with those who are needy. Food, clothes, and money may be at the top of your list. Canned goods for Thanksgiving baskets, blankets and coats during winter, and money for missions offerings are all wonderful gifts.

Doing Life Together: Mentoring Millennial Women

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When you think of mentorship, does your mind quickly recall visions of women’s teas or formally set-up meetings? In today’s fast-paced world, millennial women are hungry for real relationships with women who have been in the trenches of life a bit longer.

Why "Missions Lifestyle"?

As leaders, it's our goal to ensure kids are "developing a missions lifestyle." But what does "missions lifestyle" mean? And, how do we know if this concept is being applied in a child's life?

La WMU lanza un nuevo recurso misionero para las iglesias hispanas

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) -  Misiones para Todos (Missions for All) es el nuevo recurso bilingüe y digital de la WMU para líderes misioneros de las iglesias hispanas.

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CWJC and WorldCrafts Partners Together!

WMU compassion ministries work together to provide resources that bring hope to people globally. Christian Women’s Job Corps equips women for life and employment.

WMU Launches New Missional Resource for Hispanic Churches

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) Misiones para Todos (Missions for All) is WMU’s new, bilingual digital resource for missions leaders in Hispanic churches.

WMU Launches New Missional Resources for Students

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) Missions Journey: Students is WMU’s new digitally-formatted resource designed to provide ongoing missions discipleship curriculum for all student groups and to empower them to discover their own roles as disciples of Jesus who live on mission. 

What Millennials Wish Missions Leaders Knew

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Millennials. Marketers want to know how to reach us. Employers want to know how to retain us. Churches want to know how to engage us.

Mission Friends at Home Has a New . . . Home

“Mission Friends at Home” has moved to a magazine near you!

You’ll no longer have to subscribe to an additional resource to get the “Mission Friends at Home” content you love to send home with your preschoolers.

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