WorldCrafts

CWJC and WorldCrafts Partners Together!

WMU compassion ministries work together to provide resources that bring hope to people globally. Christian Women’s Job Corps equips women for life and employment.

Everyone has Worth

fair-trade artisans and missions

Last week I went on a personal missions trip to Peru to see a well being installed funded in part by a Pure Water, Pure Love grant. The drill had success at the 80-foot mark.

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.

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.

6 Things to Celebrate on Orphan Sunday

Orphan—it’s a word with a decidedly sad connotation. The United Nations Children’s Fund and its global partners define an orphan as a child under 18 years of age who has lost 1 or both parents to any cause of death. Nearly 140 million children around the world meet that definition.

Change the World with WorldCrafts

Want to change the lives of poverty-stricken and exploited men and women around the world? There’s no better time to start than October, which is Fair Trade Month.

WorldCrafts partners with Mully movie ministry movement

(Birmingham, Ala.) – June 21, 2017 – WorldCrafts, the fair-trade division of WMU, is partnering with Mully Children’s Family (MCF) to help share the story of Dr.

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Missions for Advent

I love Christmas, especially now that I’ve learned to pull back and focus more on the eternal gift of Christmas. Incorporating Advent practices into our family’s celebration was the turning point.

A Small Me in a Big World

SPOILER ALERT: For anyone who hasn’t heard, the Tooth Fairy is not real. When I was seven years old, I demanded the truth from my can’t-keep-a-secret grandmother. Although I had been suspicious, the Tooth Fairy revelation changed the way I viewed my tiny world.

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