Missions Trips

Mission Trips

30 Days of Hope for Adoptive Parents

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” (Matt. 28:19)

Experiencing the Ripple Effect

Have you noticed that when God is at work, there is a ripple effect? Not only does He change the life of an individual, but often He also affects the individual’s friends and acquaintances.

Missions Trips

Missions trips are such a wonderful way to strengthen your group and allow members to exercise their faith. Consider defining a missions trip this way—“A useful tool to use your time for His Glory.” That is what WMU is doing with missions trips; we’re being a tool in the Master’s hand.

Send out the Missions Volunteers

Your missions team has prayed and is ready to go. Now it’s time to figure out how to get them there. The more folks involved in sending, the more will also be praying and feeling they are a vital part of the kingdom work God has planned for the team.

Prepare with Prayer

“Prayer does not equip us for greater works—prayer is the greater work.” Oswald Chambers was right. No matter what kingdom work calls us, that work must be grounded in and fueled by prayer.

Tennessee Missionsfest 2017

Missionsfest: Tennessee

WMU Trips: Renae's Story

More Than Just a Week:  Renae's Story
by Emily Killen

2016 Missions Trips

 

Raising Support for your Missions Trip

Once costs are accounted for and a budget has been supplied to each team member, the team must begin to raise the necessary financial support.

As a group, the team can be involved in:

Leading a Trip

As you prepare for a missions trip, there are many details and questions to be answered if your team is to experience success.

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