Week of Prayer for North American Missions

Missionary Spotlight Update: Week of Prayer for North American Missions missionaries

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The Week of Prayer for North American Missions is observed annually by Southern Baptist churches to specifically pray for thousands of missionaries across the United States and Canada, the needs of thei

Annie Armstrong: The “Mastermind” behind WMU

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Annie Armstrong is one of the most well-known names in all of Southern Baptist history. Born in Baltimore on July 11, 1850, Annie spent most of her life working from her hometown.

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.

Week of Prayer - Sending Hope

 

Week of Prayer for North American Missions

 

JOIN US on Thursday, March 7, 2019!

 

Meet and hear from Ken Weathersby, vice president for Convention Advancement for the Southern Baptist Convention.

How to Get a “Real Live” Missionary to Your Church

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Missionaries are the reason WMU exists. After all, “Missionary” is our middle name! Members of WMU have been learning about, praying for, and giving to missionaries for 130 years. Missionary stories prompt us to pray and give to missions.

On Mission: Here and Now in North America

Each year, your gifts to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering help support more than 5,000 missionaries and more than 3,800 chaplains throughout the United States and Canada who are sharing the gospel in some very tough places.

Week of Prayer for North American Missions 2018

The Week of Prayer for North American Missions is nearly upon us! Starting on Sunday, March 4, 2018, Southern Baptists from all over will be specifically praying for various missionary efforts and the folks who oversee them here at home.

All Things Big and Small

When I think of missions, my first thought is a big trip taken overseas. I think of going to Africa or Asia, eating strange new foods, forging new relationships and working hard, and meeting the needs of people who have never heard of Jesus.

Day 8 - Together for the Kingdom

Day 8 Week of Prayer

When Philip preached in Samaria, crowds of people saw God’s power and believed in Jesus. Lives were changed because Philip was obedient. Later in Acts 8, Philip had a divine encounter with an Ethiopian eunuch and another life was changed because of Philip’s obedience to God’s call to go.

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