Compassion Ministries Connections gives you and your small group the opportunity to connect through prayer and support with people who are receiving aid from WMU compassion ministry partners across the country.
After you sign-up with the form below to connect with a compassion ministry partner, you will be sent an email that will introduce you and your group to the ministry leader. You will be in direct contact with the ministry leader to see the best ways that you can pray for and support their ministry.
We encourage you to connect with the ministry leaders on a quarterly basis to see how you can encourage their participants. Here are a few suggestions on how to connect with the ministry leaders per quarter:
- January, February, March—Provide some type of Valentine’s Day treat for the ministry participants
- April, May, June—Celebrate participants who are graduating from the ministry program
- July, August, September—Provide resources and encouragement for participants in their program
- October, November, December—Sponsor some type of event for Thanksgiving or Christmas
COMPASSION MINISTRIES PARTNERS
Christian Women’s Job Corps of Madison County, Alabama equips women with essential skills to improve their lives. They are also a WorldCrafts artisan group.
Our purpose is to equip women and men for life and employment within a Christian context. Mentors provide guidance and leadership through the application of Christian concepts and principles.
Christian Women’s/Men’s Job Corps of Greater Columbus provides a Christian context in which women and men in need are equipped for life and employment and a missions context in which women help women and men help men.
Baptist Friendship House seeks to minister to the needs of homeless, human trafficking survivors, and those living in poverty through love, action, and in truth. Needs are met through transitional housing, hunger ministry, shower ministry for homeless, clothing, backpacks with supplies, job readiness skills, life skills, and educational skills, counseling and case management. Relationships are built and lives are changed through the help of Jesus Christ. They are also a WorldCrafts artisan group.
The mission of the Women’s Learning Center is to provide women in need the development of life skills, career skills, HiSet preparation and testing, and micro business training as we share the word of God and His love with them each and every day. They are also a WorldCrafts artisan group.
Hands UP Outreach (CWJC & CMJC) of Rankin County is a nonprofit, faith-based ministry where women and men in need are equipped for life and employment through Jobs for Life classes, computer classes, GED tutoring, Bible study, and mentoring.
Our mission is to inspire women to know and follow God through biblical teaching and, above all, by providing living examples of Christ and His love; and to equip women with job and life skills to enable them to succeed in the workplace and in their relationships.
The Bridge, CWJC Wilmington, North Carolina, offers life changing investments for each participants through mentoring, education, accountability, and setting and achieving goals, while challenging volunteers and staff for individual growth as well. Offering a hand-up, not a hand-out as a way out of poverty.
Our mission is to equip women facing generational and systemic barriers of poverty with essential life and job skills, resources, and opportunity as they work toward self-sufficiency.
Begin Anew empowers individuals to overcome obstacles caused by poverty by providing education, mentoring, and resources. Begin Anew serves the Middle Tennessee area through three locations in Davidson County (Nashville, Madison, and Woodbine) as well as one location in Williamson County (Franklin).
To embrace women in need, and to empower and equip them for employment and enriched lives through enhancement of job readiness and life skills.
The mission of Christian Women’s Job Corps of Grand Prairie, Texas is to empower women with job readiness and life skills through classroom instruction and mentoring in a faith-based environment.
CWJC of Gregg County’s mission to encourage women to know Jesus, while equipping them with job and life skills in a supportive, Christ-centered environment.
Woman to woman, CWJC of Nacogdoches, Texas empowers participants to build a foundation for successful employment and pursuing their life goals, whether it is a better job, a better education, or a better life.
Christian Women’s Job Corps of Rusk County exists to empower women to provide for themselves and their families and to move women from the Christian community into the task of local support and missions. They are also a WorldCrafts artisan group.
Hands of Hope is an ecumenical, tuition-free, adult, educational ministry targeting under-educated and disadvantaged women teaching them life and employment skills to move them toward self-sufficiency and to know the love of Jesus in their lives. Two ten-week sessions are offered twice a year and transportation and child-care are provided, as well as a meal each day.