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Missionary Prayer Calendar

June 17
Alabama: Kristopher Deese
Alaska: Butch Strickland

National Acteens Panelists featured during WMU Missions Celebration

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) – Five Acteens from four states have been selected by WMU as national Acteens Panelists and will be featured during the WMU Missions Celebration and Annual Meeting, June 9-10, in Birmingham, Ala.

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.

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.

I Can Do All Things

woman reading the bible

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Phil. 4:13).

This Scripture is dear to my heart. In times of great stress, the Lord always brings it to mind, and it brings me comfort and hope.
 

Leader Devotion: Santiago, Chile

Student Leader Devotion

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on 1 Corinthians 9:19–23 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Santiago, Chile.

Leading Your Students to Christ

Leading students to Christ

Teaching students to be on mission is a great thing. But it can be difficult to gain traction with your group if they haven’t committed themselves to Jesus first.

Missions Journey: Students FAQs

Missions Journey: Students FAQs

Who should use Missions Journey: Students?
Any student group (grades 7-12), including Acteens, Challengers, or Youth on Mission, that desires to engage its students in missions and empower them to share God’s love.

Christmas in August: Students

Ornaments in Sand

Through Christmas in August you can directly help a North American missionary with items needed for ministry and outreach.

Get Real: Parenting Millennials Requires Authenticity and Vulnerability

Parenting Millennials

A godly woman once shared, “Laura, you will always love your children more than your parents.” I was startled and a bit horrified by that statement back then but have come to understand it as I’ve grown older.

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