Missions discipleship is for everyone—from preschoolers to adults. WMU provides resources for all ages designed to help you make disciples of Jesus who live on mission.
We invite you to discover an active, authentic faith through our biblically sound learning opportunities and meaningful missions experiences.
The journey to make disciples of Jesus who live on mission begins as you lead your preschoolers to grow in missions. Preschoolers come to understand that God loves me, God loves all people, and some people do not know about God’s love.
Children love to share God’s love. And, children love to learn by doing. Through missions discipleship, children learn to share His love in multiple ways, from collecting school supplies for back-to-school backpacks to passing out water at sports events, from taking a meal to a homebound community member to even sharing a smile or a prayer with someone who needs it.
No longer children but not yet adults, teenagers are living through a unique and formative time of life. That’s why it is so important to be sure students have a firm foundation before they head off to make their way in the world.
Missions discipleship for teens instills a strong biblical framework, awakens in them a passion for the gospel of Jesus Christ, and provides opportunities for students to live out their faith in a tangible way. Missions discipleship guides students who are passionately devoted to Christ into avenues of service.
Missions discipleship empowers adults to become more effective witnesses in their world. When adults explore current missions efforts around the world, delve into the biblical mandate for missions, and become personally involved, they clearly see their responsibility to take the gospel to the nations.
As adults grow and learn, they seek out needs in their communities and become involved in meeting those needs. A commonly asked question is, “How is God calling us to meet this need?”
Adult Coed Curriculum
Curriculum for Women
Missions discipleship in the church provides opportunities for everyone—preschoolers through adults—to be involved in missions. Churches who provide missions discipleship encourage people to grow in their faith as they learn about missions, pray for missions, support missions, and do missions.