WMU Communications

Sort by:
Filter by Resource Type:
Filter Options »
Filter by Topic:
Filter by Scripture:
Filter by Series:
Filter by Event:
Filter by Media Format:

WMU provides help, hope amid Jackson water crisis

BIRMINGHAM (BP) — Woman’s Missionary Union is responding with help and the hope of the Gospel in the midst of a water emergency that has built for years before exploding into a crisis this summer after flooding and failing water systems.

Misiones para Todos launched for Hispanic churches

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.(BP) -- Misiones para Todos (Missions for All) is Woman's Missionary Union's new, bilingual digital resource for missions leaders in Hispanic churches. "This resource is the result of much research and great collaboration with Hispanic leaders as we sought to identify missions needs among Hispanic congregations," said Kristy Carr, senior hub manager, national WMU. "We assembled a task force comprised of a Hispanic pastor and Hispanic leaders around the country who work with various ages in a variety of cultural contexts. Research, along with their invaluable input and much prayer, led to the creation of Missions for All."

WMU launches new missional resources for students

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.(BP) – "Missions Journey: Students" is Woman's Missionary Union's new digitally-formatted resource designed to provide ongoing missions discipleship curriculum for all student groups and to empower them to discover their own roles as disciples of Jesus who live on mission. "Missions Journey is a completely digital format that is video driven, easy-to-use, and requires minimal leader preparation," said Heather Keller, WMU's student ministry consultant. "It is the result of much research and input gleaned from current student ministers and leaders, both those familiar with WMU and those completely unfamiliar."

Familyfest pulls volunteers from 13 states

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) -- More than 220 missions volunteers from children to senior adults gathered to serve in eastern Kentucky during WMU's Familyfest. Participants represented churches, groups and families from Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.