The Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer is a global prayer movement that unifies Baptist women across the nations of the world for a time of prayer and fellowship. Will you pray with us?
On October 3, we will be celebrating WMU of Texas' 143rd birthday. Find out how we'll be celebrating 143 years of praying, giving, and going.
Remembering the life-changing impact of camp helps me understand the importance of camp for today's kids.
Former WMU of Texas President Earl Ann Bumpus's dedication to WMU began with her mother, Cleota Lenert, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Today, decades later, Cleota's legacy is still impacting missions minded women around the country.
Have you considered leading an outreach activity on Cinco de Mayo in your community? Here are three ideas on how to reach your community on this festive day.
¿Ha considerado dirigir una actividad de alcance evangelístico el Cinco de Mayo en su comunidad? Tres ideas para alcanzar a la comunidad en este día festivo.
Nehemiah wasn't clergy or a deacon. He was simply a cupbearer willing to be used by God through his brokenness.
The time is now to begin planning for the 2022 Week of Prayer and the Mary Hill Davis Offering® for Texas Missions.
Has God called you to lead a Christian Women's or Men's Job Corps site? Take a moment to read the guide below, then contact CWJC/CMJC State Consultant Chris Rowley. Read more.
In the midst of life today, we must look for what we can be thankful for. What are you thankful for?
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