Sandy Wisdom-Martin

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FIRST-PERSON: Gaining altitude, WMU celebrates 135 years of SBC Missions

According to an insect identification database, 647 types of bugs and insects are found in Alabama. Some downright scare me. I looked at images of each until I located the entry most resembling the flying insect I watched from a chair on my back deck.

FIRST-PERSON: How SBC missions have been influenced by Annie Armstrong

A few years ago, I read the SBC president at the time was considering different gavels for presiding at the SBC Annual Meeting. One of the options under consideration was the Armstrong gavel. I sent him an email with this message:

FIRST-PERSON: 5 practical ways you can impact your community in the midst of COVID-19

As committed Christ followers, we can use our influence to make a positive impact on the Kingdom during this crisis, says Sandy Wisdom-Martin. She offers five practical ways for Christians to respond.

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM: Sealed for missions

Southern Baptists' cooperation has had a lifelong impact on Sandy Wisdom Martin of National WMU. "As a child and young adult," she writes, "my heart was sealed for missions. I am a product of the Cooperative Program."

WMU—True and Loyal

We are true and loyal helpers to our denomination, committed to making Christ known among the nations.

FIRST-PERSON: What’s your altitude for missions?

Sandy Wisdom-Martin recaps key facets of WMU’s historic work in fostering greater missions awareness in the Southern Baptist Convention.

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM: What do we have in common?

Sandy Wisdom-Martin recounts the importance of Southern Baptists' Cooperative Program as experienced in her own work for the Gospel. Wisdom-Martin, national WMU"s executive director, notes, "I am a product of the Cooperative Program."