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A Healthy Leader’s Prayer Life Starts with Humility

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Everywhere they went, Maria and Jessica prayed. I had partnered with these 2 young Brazilian women for church planting in Bolivia. When getting in the car, these women stopped to pray. When making visits, they prayed. If someone was sick, Maria and Jessica’s first inclination was to pray.

Missions on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation

Annsley Pugh, National Acteens Panelists

Hello! My name is Annsley Pugh and I am from Callao, Virginia! There is nothing I love more than missions and being the hands and feet of Christ!

Serving Christ inside the Picket Fence

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Angela came home from church feeling awkward again. During announcements, a need was expressed for a new ministry that she would love to do. But it just doesn’t fit with her current life stage of mothering 3 young children.

Individual Achievement—So What?

You have the magazines, the leader guides, a cabinet full of supplies, and a room full of kids eager to learn about missions. The Scriptures, Bible lessons, and missionary stories taught during your children's missions meetings are invaluable.

Hearts Knit Together: What Leaders Can Learn from Millennials

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Leadership is a beautiful thing. It encourages our hearts, yet it challenges us in ways that call us to be aware of the ever-changing ways of our culture and generations.

How to Engage Your Students in Missions Discipleship

Missions Discipleship for Students

“Guess what! I have been accepted and I am heading overseas for the summer. Can you believe it! I am so nervous but, you know, it is what we have learned about all these years and now I get to do it. Honestly, I never thought I would do this. God just kept putting this on my heart.” As a leader, what a great phone call to receive! This student was about to finish her freshman year of college and now she would use her summer to be intentionally on mission for God.

Measure Learning

Have you ever wondered just how much kids are learning in your missions group each week? Use this guide to help you gauge just how much of the fun is really helping to shape missional lifestyles. Circle the number that reflects your answer to each statement below:

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.

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