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To the Students: A Guide to Hope

This post is for the students who feel uprooted. This post is for the students who feel as if their plans for the future don’t look like they originally thought. This is for the students who are feeling uncertain and afraid.

Social Distancing and Missions? YES!

In light of our nation’s state of emergency, we find ourselves in strange days. School systems are closing until the pandemic passes while homeschoolers are marching forward with business as usual, but we are all under the mindset of not sharing germs and making sure we don’t pick up any.

Leader Devotion: Choosing Faithful Obedience Over Fearful Apprehension

In the Christian life, fear is one of the most dangerously employed tactics of the enemy to keep us on the sidelines of ministry. Fear frequently keeps us in the dark, while truth brings light to hard situations we find ourselves surrounded by.

How to Add Missions to Your Ongoing Student Ministry

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.

10 Reasons to Understand the Great Commission

“Then Jesus came to them and said, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.

Leader Devotion: Obeying the Great Commission

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on the Great Commission in Matthew 28:18–20 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Cowboy Churches.

Leader Devotion: Cambodia (Acts 6–8)

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on Acts 6–8 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Cambodia.

3 Lottie Moon Christmas Offering Projects for Students

Encourage your students to bring awareness to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering (LMCO) this winter with one of the following ideas.

 

Leader Devotion: One More Child (Gal. 5:6; 1 Cor. 2:2)

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on Galatians 5:6 and 1 Corinthians 2:2 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on One More Child.

Eliminating Poverty in Your Community

Ashley Fan, National Acteens Panelist

During the summer of 2017, I went to a missions camp in Washington, D.C. with my youth group. This camp was meant to teach us about urban poverty so we visited different places throughout the city to learn about poverty and to discover how we could get involved in eliminating poverty.

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