Who We Are...
Pray for missions. Engage in mission action and witnessing. Learn about missions. Support missions.
Develop spiritually toward a missions lifestyle. Participate in the work of the church and denomination.
We believe missions is a lifestyle; therefore, we provide missions education resources for all age-levels—from preschoolers to senior adults. Whatever your age or stage in life, we have missions resources for you. Through missions, others may hear of Jesus, the giver of eternal life.
Why Choose WMU?
1. WMU is the trusted leader in Southern Baptist missions for 125+ years
2. Biblically and educationally sound resources
3. Age-appropriate missions education
4. Easy-to-use curriculum
5. Affordable for your entire church
Are you excited about what you see?
Ready to find out how you can be a part of creating a missions culture in your church?
Go through these easy steps, and get started!
As with everything we do, prayer is the most important element in starting new groups. Missions discipleship is primary to the Christian walk. It is in God’s mandate that we go and make disciples. So we begin by asking God what His plan is for us and our church and how He wants it to be carried out. Also pray about the right leadership and when is the right time to begin. When you have a peace about these things then you can begin.
2. Contact Us
If you are not sure what specific organization(s) you need, Donna Britt can help you to know the options and provide samples of the curriculums for you and your church to preview.
3. Download Starter Packs
Visit the New to WMU page on the national WMU website. Fill out the form to get information for the organization(s) you are planning to start.
4. Share the Vision
Talk with your pastor, church staff, and others who would be interested in missions discipleship. Share with them what you have learned about WMU’s holistic approach to missions discipleship and how there are options to involve the whole church in missions. You may want to share stories from The Missions Link and/or the Ten Compelling Reasons to be involved in missions.
5. Order Materials
Order curriculum, guides, and other items you will need to begin. See What Basic Resources Do I Need? to help you begin.
6. Enlist Leaders
Enlist leadership and answer the primary questions of who, what, when and where your groups will take place. Send in the Leadership Card with your leaders names to the state and associational offices so they can receive information. Find a time for your new leadership to receive training. Your state and associational office can assist you.