Children’s Missions Day gives kids the chance to be actively involved in ministry work in variety of ways
By David Dawson
Baptist and Reflector
FRANKLIN — Although the service projects that were performed across Tennessee this year on Children’s Missions Day were wide-ranging and extensive, the main goal of the projects was precise and singular: Sharing the love of Christ.
Designed and developed by WMU in 2008, Children’s Missions Day provides children, grades first through sixth, with opportunities to become actively involved in mission work in their own communities.
Hundreds of children in Tennessee participated in the annual event and gained “hands-on” experience of what ministry and missions are all about.
“I love that boys and girls are following God’s command to put their love into action (1 John 3:18) as they create projects to reach out to their communities,” said Vickie Anderson, executive director-treasurer for Tennessee WMU. “It is exciting to know that children in Tennessee are joining thousands of others across North America to meet needs and impact lives.” [Read more…]