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Missions inspiration underscores WMU board meeting

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) – From Alaska and Hawaii to Maine and Florida, WMU board members and state leaders from across the U.S. gathered at national WMU in Birmingham for their biannual board meeting, Jan. 11–13.

God’s call to missions leads Katie Wood back to New England to share the hope of Christ

Brandton Wood, lead pastor of Hope Church in Brunswick, Maine, speaks to the congregation during a Sunday morning worship service. He and his wife, Katie, launched the new congregation in 2017.

BRUNSWICK, MAINE—Sometimes accepting God’s call to missions means being willing to pack up your family and head back home. At least that was the case for Katie Upton Wood.

Excitement continues to build for Blume, a missions gathering for girls in 2020

(Birmingham, Ala.) Throughout the country, girls and their leaders are making plans to experience Blume, a missions gathering for girls.

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WMU domestic violence awareness team seeks to educate, equip and empower families facing abuse

RICHMOND, Va.—As a member of Woman’s Missionary Union of Virginia’s Hope Team: Domestic Violence, Jocelyn Henry-Whitehead emphasizes that “domestic violence or intimate partner violence is really a global issue.”

WMUV’s Jocelyn Henry-Whitehead pursues ministry in the wake of domestic violence

Jocelyn Henry-Whitehead domestic violence ministry

RICHMOND, Va.—How do an abusive childhood, Woman’s Missionary Union involvement and harp music merge into a ministry aimed at addressing domestic violence issues?

Baptist summer camp in rural Maine helps make campers’ faith “stickier”

FARMINGTON, Maine—Ann Lawrence, manager of Farmington Conference Center in rural Maine, knows the eternal difference that camp can make in the lives of young people.

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