The top magazine for girls who want to change their world through missions! Each issue is connected to the meeting plans in Acteens Leader and is filled with articles on national and international missions. Many feature articles are written by teenage girls themselves, providing an authentic voice to this generation.
|In The Mag, teenage girls will find content created just for them: devotions, feature articles, activities, stories about missions and missionaries from around the world, and much, much more. Everything in The Mag is designed to help girls grow spiritually and better understand their role in God's plan for the world.
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The Power Project is divided into three parts: Learn, Look, and Love.
Learn facts and statistics about human trafficking so you can inform yourself and those in your community about this issue. Acteens from all over the nation will be praying about human trafficking in our country and the world.
|The Power Project offers teenage girls the opportunity to impact the issue of human trafficking. This effort helps girls learn about the issue, look around their communities and discover how it is affecting people in their area, and create projects that will help address the issue both in the US and around the world . . . all in the name of Christ.|
The Power Project gives Acteens®, individually and as groups, the opportunity to learn more about human trafficking and take on a project, a Power Project, to make a difference in the world for Christ. These projects are focused on human trafficking.
The Power Project has three sections: Learn, Look, and Love.
Here are some project ideas for each of these to get you and your group started. Or be creative and design a project specifically for your Acteens group!
It happens in every country, every day. It breaks God’s heart. It is pure evil.
Traffickers feed off the vulnerable. They have the ability to find men, women, and children who have needs and make them believe they have finally found help. Traffickers help no one but themselves. Just like the woman caught in adultery, the victims are pawns in the hands of traffickers who work to get what they want.
Every two years, national WMU® adopts a social issue on which to focus. These social issues become a part of national WMU’s Project HELPSM emphasis. Project HELP encourages preschoolers through adults to learn about the adopted social issue (in age-appropriate ways), then to actively participate in projects created to make a difference in that social issue. Human exploitation is WMU’s current Project HELP emphasis.