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Acteens Celebrates 50 Years of Missions Discipleship for Girls

Acteens from Eastern Hills Baptist Church

This year, WMU celebrates the 50th anniversary of Acteens, the missions education group for girls in grades 7–12. To kick off the celebration, WMU will bring together former Acteens to reflect on the past and look to the future on Friday, June 7.

National WMU Hosts Observance of Week of Prayer for North American Missions

Week of Prayer for North American Missions

National WMU will host an observance of the Week of Prayer for North American Missions at its headquarters in Birmingham on Thursday, March 7.

Tennessee WMU Announces WorldCrafts Advocates

WorldCrafts, the fair trade division of national WMU, develops sustainable, fair-trade businesses among impoverished people around the world. Its vision is to offer an income with dignity and the hope of everlasting life to every person on earth.

International Mission Study Brings Refugee Crisis to Life

International Mission Study in Georgia brings refugee crisis & ministry to life for kids

Joy Bolton, retiring Kentucky WMU executive director, learned passion for missions “at my dining room table”

Joy Bolton fell in love with missions early in life. Recalling that “my mother and dad were passionate about missions,” she noted, “I often say I learned missions at my dining room table.”

CWJC/CMJC Strategist Becky Ellison: "God's Got This"

Becky Ellison photo
Amid battle with cancer, Texas CWJC/CMJC
leader Becky Ellison affirms, “God’s got this”

By Trennis Henderson, WMU National Correspondent

Becky Ellison knows what it means to live one day at a time. Since being diagnosed with cancer in 2010, she said a key question she seeks to live by is: “If I had one more minute and I wanted to live it like God wanted me to live it, what would that look like?”

WorldCrafts Benefits for Baptist Children's Homes

Arkansas Baptist Children's  Home

Churches, individuals invited to partner with WorldCrafts to host benefits for children’s homes and global artisans

 

By Trennis Henderson, WMU National Correspondent

Sept. 13, 2018—What do fair-trade artisans in Africa and at-risk children in Arkansas have in common? Thanks to WorldCrafts’ latest partnership initiative, both groups can benefit directly from the sale of handcrafted items ranging from jewelry and accessories to home décor and Christmas-themed craft items.

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