I woke up this morning with this song, We’ve a Story to Tell to the Nations, in my head. What a great missions hymn it is and one that, unfortunately, isn’t sung much these days in our churches.
She was a great example of a Christian woman, pastor’s wife, missionary, and WMU advocate. She reached many for Christ in Vietnam and Texas through cooking, English as a second language, and discipleship. Mary Humphries—truly a life well-lived!
One thing that is special about attending the Annual Meeting for National WMU is seeing friends and meeting new friends who share the same passion for our Lord and missions.
As life begins to return to normal, keep these four verses close to your heart as you use caution and wisdom in your day-to-day activities.
Just like our missionaries around the world, God has called each one of us as Christ-followers to share His word.
How should Christians respond to troubles in the world? Here are ten ideas from WMU of Texas President Earl Ann Bumpus.
Wonder what our families, countries, and world would be like if we allowed the Spirit to live through us, putting into practice these traits of the Christian life?
With examples throughout the Bible of how the Lord is with us and helps us, and seeing the human example of Edison picking up the pieces and starting the next day, we learn that with Christ we can overturn our obstacles!
None of us expected the recent snowstorm and power failure in Texas, but the experience revealed that we had a lot to be grateful for, even in the midst of difficulties.
Sunday, February 14 is Valentine’s Day. A time to focus on expressing our love to others. Do we really need a day to remind us to do this?
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