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Missions Plan Book 2018-19 Teaching Materials

Group of Leaders

For multicultural congregations, small churches, and Adults on Mission, Missions Plan Book offers a full year of ministry ideas for your church’s growing involvement in missions. Includes monthly Bible studies, prayer requests from missionaries, and more, all in Basic English.

Here are teaching materials for each month’s lesson plans as explained in Missions Plan Book 2018–19. The new church year begins in September.

September 2018

Definitions / CharacterWorksheet: Listening to GodAnswers to worksheetMissionaries A–Z

A GA Leader Goes to Burkina Faso

“You are going where?” I heard that question again and again as I told my friends of my next exciting missions adventure with God — going to Burkina Faso to help begin missions education for children. Preparation for this trip recalled one of my earliest mission studies as a new GA leader — missions in Upper Volta. I remembered my group of GAs making paper replica maps of the butterfly-shaped country and learning to spell and pronounce the name of the capital.

“Can you say Ouagadougou?” French is the official language of Burkina Faso, although this country’s heritage is primarily Mossi with the Mooré language widely spoken. With a low literacy rate for those over age 15, the challenges before me were for much more than the pronunciation of Ouagadougou [oh-WAH-gah-DOO-goo]. How would I help women understand the need for missions education and discipleship and equip them to begin?

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