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Mission: We believe in the restoration of brokenness through hope in Christ. We passionately tell His story. We creatively empower leaders. We obediently engage the world. We are WMU of Texas!
At 6:30 p.m. today, WMU of Texas Executive Director-Treasurer Tamiko Jones will be joining convention leaders for a special time of prayer and scripture. Will you join us? Register here: https://texasbaptists.org/events/juneteenth-prayer-call
Did you know sharing cold water is an easy and effective way to love on people in Jesus' name? #iamtexasmissions
wmu.com Summertime makes us all grateful for the amazing, refreshing invention called air-conditioning. When yard and garden chores require us to be outside, most of us opt to get up early and get outdoors before the sun makes temperatures unbearable.
This summer, check out these four podcast episodes from National WMU: https://bit.ly/wmupodcast
1. 10 Ways God Encourages to Give and Receive Hope
2. Hope for Anxious Women in Anxious Times
3. Committed to God's Call
4. Loving God with All Your Mind
As quarantine and social distancing regulations ease, Bounce Student Disaster Recovery is encouraging youth/student pastors and leaders to explore opportunities for students and families to participate in missions through BOUNCE Back Home Day of Service. #iamtexasmissions
Sign up now: https://bit.ly/bouncebackhome
First Baptist Church Amarillo is an outstanding example of a congregation committed to serving refugees & internationals. #iamtexasmissions
wmu.com For most of us, the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting self-isolation, social distancing and economic turmoil are among the most unsettling challenges we have experienced in our lifetimes. As overwhelming as those issues have been amid the relative safety and comfort of familiar surrounding
In this week's devotional, WMU of Texas President Earl Ann Bumpus asks an important question, "How can we share the answer to the world's turmoil?"
Giving WorldCrafts gifts means you have the special opportunity to support parents around the world. This summer, celebrate graduates and fathers with WorldCrafts gifts handmade by artisans around the world.
worldcrafts.org This summer, celebrate graduates and fathers with WorldCrafts gifts handmade by artisans around the world.
As you reach out to children and families this summer, consider sharing some of these prayer ideas.
wmu.com Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the children’s team would encourage GA, RA, and CA leaders to focus on encouraging children to pray for workers, their communities, and their families.
"We must not falter in our devotion or our loyalty to the one work to which God has called us - that of bringing the world to Christ."
Mary Hill Davis, 1915
Hannah Howard, 2020 National Acteens Panelist from Retama Park Baptist Church in Kingsville, Texas, shares how you can share the Gospel this summer while social distancing. Thank you, Hannah, for living on mission!
This week in our WMU of Texas e-newsletter, we highlighted how your gifts to the Mary Hill Davis Offering for Texas Missions impacted a father, his son, and a family in need through Bounce Student Disaster Recovery.
Women on Mission groups provide a relational and dynamic way for women to grow in Christ. Through Bible study, prayer, devotionals, missions projects, and outreach, women in your church will learn how to be involved with missions in their everyday lives.
Download free starter pack: http://www.wmu.com/?q=simple-page/women-mission-basics
Thank you, Freeman Heights Baptist Church Acteens, for the beautiful photo and message of support. We truly appreciate your love and prayers. Have a safe and wonderful summer, and we can't wait to catch up with you in the fall.
"We learn from Scripture that He is The Great Healer, The Comforter, The Mighty One, Our Father, and many other names.
Search the Names of God to gain a better understanding of Him and how He can be our strength and our encourager in any situation."
Earl Ann Bumpus
WMU of Texas President
Ashley Mason is a dreamer. Before graduating from the Christian Women's Job Corps in 2014, she persevered through a heartbreaking life. She found hope when she walked through the door of CWJC of Rusk County. Read Ashley story: https://bit.ly/wmutxbridge-cwjc
After ten-weeks of working from home, we are thankful and excited to be back in the office!
Throughout the month of June, our staff will be working on a staggered schedule to maintain proper social distancing, and our office is temporarily closed to guests. Please contact us at (214) 828-5150 with any questions.
📸 Sarah Viana, WMU of Texas Office Manager
As we watch the news, read about and experience the turmoil our country is going through, who is God calling you to be? Please watch as Tamiko Jones, our Executive Director-Treasurer, shares a perspective. How is God speaking to your heart?
It's time to travel again! Bring your beach towel and sunscreen and meet me in ...... (join us to find out where!) #MissionsMondays
Today, WMU of Texas President Earl Ann Bumpus shares a few verses of encouragement for our uncertain times.
As adults, how can we help children recognize and cope positively and effectively with the anxiety and fear that accompanies a pandemic?
Check out these nine ideas from National WMU on how to help children cope with our new normal.
wmu.com As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change our lives and dominate headlines, social media, and the nightly news, it’s so easy for adults to be swept into the drama and worry of all that is happening in the world around us.
When WMU of Texas Marketing Specialist Brandi Jones thinks about her favorite passage, John 15:1-17, she is reminded of God's love. Every morning, she reads the passage before she begins her day at WMU, where she helps WMU of Texas leaders share their mission-focused stories around the world. #wmutxteam
Today, take a moment to leave Brandi a word of encouragement below.
It's not summer until your Mission Friends group hosts a popsicle parade!
The Mission Friends group at First Baptist Church Grand Prairie recently held a parade to celebrate the start of summer and fellowship with their children and parents - from a distance. "We have enjoyed our zoom lessons on Wednesday nights, but it was good to see their sweet faces." - Beth Winkleman Campbell
Over the last few months, we've all had to adjust in one way or another. Have you realized that remaining flexible and trusting God keeps your stress down? How do you continue to adjust when life is full of challenges?
When a hurricane, tornado or other disaster strikes, our natural instinct is to reach out and help those who have been affected. Through TBM Disaster Relief, now you can. Volunteer and deliver help, hope and healing.
WMU of Texas values the partnership with TBM. Click the link below to learn about training opportunities and ways to serve.
[05/25/20] Did you know? Each year on Memorial Day a national moment of remembrance takes place at 3:00 p.m. local time. Join us for a moment of silence and prayer today as we remember those who have died in military service.
Where is Kyrgyzstan? Join us to meet an artisan group there!
Parents & GA/RA/CA/Missions Friends leaders: Join Age-Level Strategist Teri Ussery for this week's free missions lesson for children in grades 1-6. #missionsmonday
In this week's devotional, WMU of Texas President Earl Ann Bumpus reminds us that God has a plan and a timetable.
Have you heard of Ninety Six, South Carolina?
Ninety Six, South Carolina is over 950 miles away, and it's the home of our Executive Director-Treasurer Tamiko Jones.
As EDT, Tamiko Jones leads the WMU of Texas team to reach the state of Texas through missions discipleship by engaging others in local missions, by establishing partnerships with other Christian organizations for missions and by empowering individuals and groups for worldwide missions. #wmutxteam
Take a moment to leave a word of encouragement for Tamiko below.
Exciting News! Our WMU of Texas Regional Training has been scheduled for October 3 at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.
If you're interested in missions in Texas, serve with WMU of Texas or lead a missions group at your church - join us in October. Details: https://wmutx.org/regional-training
It is with heavy hearts, we inform you of the passing of Paula Jeser on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. Paula will be remembered for her faith and passion for the Lord, and we are thankful for her years of service with the Christian Women's Job Corps (CWJC) and as president of the Woman's Missionary Union of Texas from 2008 - 2009.
During her time with the CWJC, Paula not only poured her love into the Texas sites, but she traveled globally to equip women with the tools and skills needed to start CWJC's in their communities. Paula's heart for service will inspire and compel women to serve for generations. May God be praised for her impact across our great state.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, May 23, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Sunset Funeral Home-West in El Paso, Texas, with Dr. Mark Rotramel officiating. Please join us in praying for the Jeser family, and visit the below link to learn how you join in the celebration of Paula's life and legacy.
sunsetfuneralhomes.net Share Memories and Support the Family.
Every year, the Women on Mission group at First Baptist Church of Bryan, Texas, hosts an international lunch where women meet and interact with women of various cultures who reside in their community. Last April, twenty-seven women from nations around the world participated by sharing their culture with the women in attendance.
Thank you, FBC Bryan, for increasing missions education in your congregation and community. #IAmTexasMissions #PassportToHope
Today, we continue to reflect upon the legacy of Becky Ellison. We are thankful for the many lessons we have learned from her living testimony. Are you bold in sharing your testimony with others? What encouragement might you give to someone else by sharing your encounters with God?
UPDATE: The Ellison family will be having a memorial celebration service for Rebecca (Becky) Ellison on Saturday, June 20, 2020, at 11:00 am in the worship center at First Woodway Baptist Church; 101 N. Ritchie Road Woodway, TX 76712 (Please enter the church through the East and West foyer doors). Their family would love for everyone to come worship the Lord and celebrate the wonderful life of Becky Ellison.
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Turning Point Recovery A Christ Centered Weekly Meeting for Anyone who struggles w/addiction, depression, isolation, eating disorders, etc. All R Welcome!
Capellania la consagracion de tu vida al servicio de los mas necesitados representando a Nuestro Señor y Salvador Jesucristo.
A Ministry which understands, we are Forgiven by His Love, so we can truly love You! www.ForgivenToLoveIM.org
A youth movement in the Dallas - Fort Worth area. We long to see a revival and great move of God in our city.
Young adult worship service and fellowship event every 3rd Saturday of the month at Dallas First Church.
Northwest Bible Church Children's Ministry
Tribe Student Ministries is an extension of CVAYouth of Casa View Assembly of God, Dallas, TX.
Street Evangelists. www.yashaya.com
Join us at the Wealthy Place where our Pastor is Bishop Dexter L. Coleman, Sr., and our First Lady is Missy. Paula Coleman.
Texas Baptists Counseling Services exists to bring hope and encouragement to struggling Texas Baptists.
NMBC is a loving spirit filled church where everybody is somebody. Our pastor is Reverend George R. Collins.
Orthodox Christian Saints & Martyrs.