missions journey

How Do I Know if a Student Is Hungry? And What Can I Do About It?

Chances are the kids in your student group don’t know what it means to be chronically hungry. But there is a chance that several of your students may live with some level of food insecurity. They may have wondered where their next meal will come from; their families may have used a food pantry or government subsidized meals; or they may have missed a meal or two last week.

Leader Devotion: Adoption/Foster Care (Gal. 4)

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Send Relief: Adoption and Foster Care.

 

Those Moments . . . How to Keep Students Engaged

Anyone? Anyone? Class? Anyone? Can you picture that classic scene from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off when the a teacher is lecturing the class about history and economics. The students are all sitting at their desks, mouths opened, slumped over and drooling on their desks, and just completely unengaged. Let me just say, do not let that happen in your student group!

Living in a Gen Z World

communicating with generation z

Welcome to the Generation Z world! It is past time to understand how to communicate effectively with this generation. The oldest of Gen Z are about to transition from being students to the workforce, or they are in the process of wrapping up their college education.

Leader Devotion: Associational Missions (Acts 1:8)

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on Acts 1:8 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Associational Missions.

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. 

North Carolina Youth on Mission group seeks to make practical ministry impact

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.—How important is an engaging missions education experience for youth? According to Candi Mains and her sister, Linda Bradley, it makes a tremendous difference in young people’s missions interest and involvement – both today and in the future.

Back to School

student leader

Remember yourself as a teenager on the eve of the first day of school. Your clothes picked out and hanging up with coordinating socks and shoes. (For me it was always mismatched Punky Brewster style.) Your backpack loaded.

Leader Devotion: Australia (Psalm 46)

leader devotion

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on Psalm 46 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Australia.

Simple Ways to Add Missions to What You’re Already Doing

Students walking doing missions

Teaching students about missions is important. No, it is more than important, it is vital. Vital to a world full of people who don’t know Jesus.

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