Irma Moss vividly remembers five or six Communist soldiers invading her family’s home in Cuba and whisking her father off to jail in the wake of the Cuban Revolution. That was more than sixty years ago.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) – National WMU will introduce this fall what it calls a "one-stop shop" for children's missions engagement. Missions Journey: Kids is flexible enough to fit just about any setting, WMU said in a release Tuesday (March 23).
SBC DIGEST: WMU names 3 Acteens to national panel; Louisiana College signs articulation agreements with SWBTS, SEBTS
WMU names 3 Acteens to national panel; Louisiana College signs articulation agreements with SWBTS, SEBTS.
New Beginnings Pregnancy Center in Benton, Arkansas, has had a few new beginnings of its own. Originally established in 2003 as a nonprofit ministry to pregnant teens, it has grown to serve women of any age who can benefit from the ministry’s resources.
How can the crisis of an Iraqi refugee family’s house fire help churches engage young women in missions involvement amid their busy twenty-first century lives?
WMU hosts virtual celebration for the Week of Prayer for North American Missions; Gateway closes sale of Brea campus for $4 million.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) – Approximately 170 missions leaders – from Hawaii to Maine and everywhere in between – gathered online this year for WMU’s board meeting, Jan. 8-9.
Washing piles of muddy clothes and cleaning bathrooms may not sound like the most glamorous missions project available, but it’s a labor of love for Woman’s Missionary Union volunteers from Robeson Baptist Association in Lumberton, North Carolina.
ERLC to host webinar on COVID-19 vaccine; WMU hosts virtual celebration for the Week of Prayer.
Leaders of the national Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) are executing a plan to send hand-written appeals to 20,000 Southern Baptist churches to encourage every church to give to the annual Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.