Girls Growing in Faith, Service and Friendship

by Derinda Williams on March 10, 2021 in Blog

Mansfield-South Arlington Girls in Action (GA) is bringing girls across the community together to experience an exciting and fun-filled organization designed to meet the needs of today’s girls.

With a heart for reaching girls for Christ and understanding the impact of missions discipleship for children, Tarrant GA leadership and ladies from area churches came together to begin a community group for girls in 2019.

In a time of social distancing, the group enjoys meeting virtually. With creative online and drive-thru experiences, the group continues to grow and share the love of Jesus in the community. Children’s Missions Day is a highlight for this group. Girls love painting rocks with the message of John 3:16 and hiding them around the community to bring encouragement to the finder. So many smiles and so much fun as girls join kids across the nation for CMD 2021.

In a community group, girls, leaders, and families come together from neighborhoods and churches across the community to experience missions discipleship, reach girls for Christ, do ministry, share the love of Jesus with the community and have fun with new friends.

Starting a GA group in your church or community can grow FAITH, SERVICE, and FRIENDSHIP in the lives of girls inside and outside your church. GA is active and fun, helping girls grow – physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually.

As you take a look across your community, consider starting a GA group in your church or community. Contact WMU of Texas Age Level Strategist Terri Ussery at teri.wmutx[at]txb.org to get started.

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Written by Derinda Williams, GA/Children in Action Consultant for Tarrant Baptist Association.

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