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WMMU Team

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  Association WMMU Team Members:

Mrs. Jan Miller

Mrs. Deb Holland

Mrs. Jamie Preslar

Mrs. Millie Rahrer

Mrs. Chis Pace

Upcoming TBA WMMU Saturday Conferences

April 25, 2020 – 10:00 to 2:00 p.m. – Women’s Conference – For all Women – Beginning with a pot-luck (covered dish) brunch – At Calvary Baptist Church

June 27, 2020 – 10:00 to 1:00 p.m. – Senior Saints Conference – For All Men and Women Ages 50 and Up – Beginning with a pot-luck (covered dish) brunch

 WMMU is where Woman’s Missions & Ministry Unite

 WMMU Team Report – July 2019

Thanks to the Association WMMU Team and all who helped with the Senior Saints Celebration Conference June 22, 2019 at Carr’s Hill Baptist Church.  We especially thank Carr’s Hill Baptist Church and everyone else who helped make the Conference such a success! We estimate about 70 people attended. Thanks to the choirs at Carr’s Hill, Boylston and Rocky Hill for bringing Christ honoring music to our hearts. Thanks Lynn Goldsmith and Donna White, Praise Team at Blantyre Baptist, for adding to the blessing of music. Thanks to Alan Perry and Todd & Shelia Alewine for leading breakout sessions. Thanks to Angie Gregg from NCBAM (Baptist Aging Ministry) and Keith Dixon from BRH (Baptist Retirement Homes) for speaking with encouragement and inspiration to all who attended.

 The TBA WMMU has also begun “Secret Servants” who daily pray for our TBA Pastor’s Wives.  Most of the Secret Servants are other pastor’s wives, however, some are church members. All pastor’s wives and families are prayed for everyday by several people.

 We thank Blue Ridge Baptist Church who has offered to let us have the Pastor and Family Appreciation Dinner at their church, October 1, 2019 (Tuesday) at 6:00 p.m.  There are several other churches working to help make this a memorable evening.  Thank you to everyone who is always helping and serving behind the scenes.

 The TBA WMMU continues to help TBA churches who ask for help, resources, advice and suggestions.  Many of our Baptist Center volunteers keep all the TBA churches and pastors/families in our daily prayers. We also have a prayer list at the Baptist Center for anyone who lets us know they would like prayer.  Volunteers at the Baptist Center are learning more about the TBA, and in turn, sharing with their churches how we can help their church and other churches which is strengthening our Association. Ladies from the following churches are and have at one time or another volunteered in the office on a regular basis and filling-in:  Calvary, Cedar Mountain, Cherryfield, Dunn’s Rock, Enon, First Baptist, , Middle Fork, Mt. Moriah-Calvert, Oak Grove, Pisgah Forest, Rocky Hill, Shoal Creek, Temple, Turkey Creek.

 Our TBA WMMU continues to collect items all year to help our TBA churches Reach out in the community and overseas to Share the Gospel of Jesus Christ:

Collecting Plastic Bags and Empty Egg Cartons for The Bread of Life

Collecting Old SS Literature, Bibles, Hymn Books & Tracts to be used by Home and International Missionaries

Collecting Used Eye Glasses & Cases for the needy in Napal

Collecting Items on the list for the Western North Carolina Fair Ministry (Buncombe Co) www.bumcombebaptist.org  

Collecting Items & Money for Appalachian Christmas Outreach www.baptistsonmission.org

Collecting Items for Operation Christmas Child (www.samaritanspurse.org)

Collecting—For the WMU Red Box Ministry (One Size Fits All Women’s Gloves) Deadline 10-17-19

Ringing the Bell (Red Kettle) to Help Salvation Army-www.salvationarmy.com

Continuing to collect Items & Money for the Center for Women & Baptist Children’s Homes

Collecting donations for the Transylvania Jail Ministry

 Our TBA WMMU is planning to type and bind a cookbook for Missions at the Baptist Center to give away for a requested donation of $10.  We will receive recipes from any of our TBA churches and/or family and friends.   We will reimburse the Baptist Center for paper and binding combs.  The remaining donations collected will be given to missions/ministry.  Please ask the ladies in your church to email their favorite recipes. We will copy and paste the recipes. We will also receive recipes written down.  Drop the recipe off at the Baptist Center. Please put your name with your recipe.  We want recipes that are FAVORITES.

                                                           Your Servant in Christ, Jan Miller

 

 

 

 

 

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NC Baptist State Convention – Embrace for Women –http://www.ncbaptist.org

“Embrace is a ministry of the BSCNC that seeks to encourage women to walk humbly with Christ in their world and build strong families capable of creating a legacy of faithfulness.

What is Embrace?

Embrace is a comprehensive disciple-making ministry model of the BSCNC that finds its foundations in two key passages of Scripture: Matthew 28:19-20 and Titus 2:3-5. In Matthew 28 Jesus gives His followers the command and commission to make disciples. Making disciples includes engaging women in Gospel conversations and seeing them profess Christ as Lord and Savior and then teaching them the things of God so they grow in their walk with Christ, and continue the disciple-making process. This happens as women live a life on mission recognizing disciple-making happens in their everyday lives.

“A woman who fears the Lord will be praised…” Proverbs 31:30

Vision

Embrace God’s call to pray for and minister to women, their families and future generations for the building up of Christ’s Kingdom.

Mission

Embrace responds to God’s call and design for women to live in intimacy with Christ as they serve Him through the local church to prayerfully care for and develop evangelism, discipleship and missions in women leaving a legacy for future generations.

Embrace and Women’s Evangelism and Discipleship finds its biblical foundations in Titus 2:3-5. As Titus was told to have the older women teach and train the younger women, still today it is necessary for the older women to invest in the lives of younger women. The curriculum outlined in the Titus 2 passage focuses on a woman’s behavior, attitudes, speech and thought. Paul encourages generational connections as he admonishes Titus to find mature women in Christ to disciple younger women. The areas of growth in Christ, family life, and actions and attitudes are areas Paul identifies as needing to reflect the glory of God.

Our intents are…

A Christian woman’s lifestyle should naturally encompass each of these three intents. One cannot be separated from the other, but evangelism, discipleship and missions involvement should occur as a woman is going. Prayer is foundational and fundamental to who a woman in Christ is and what she does for His Kingdom. Embrace encourages women’s ministry leaders in churches to design and plan all women’s ministry events with the intent of disciple-making at the forefront of each activity.

Embrace seeks to help churches and associations develop women’s ministries that encourage and equip women to be growing disciple-makers who make disciples who make disciples.

For more information or to inquire about the possibility of having a speaker on Embrace, please email embracenc@ncbaptist.org.

In addition to the backpack collection (not to take the place of) we are also collecting NEW, children’s shoes to distribute to the same area.  We are asking for NEW shoes for boys or girls, any and all sizes, any and all colors.  We just ask for sturdy, warm shoes as these will be distributed during very cold weather.%Arg”>http://www.ncbaptist.org

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Introducing myMISSION for Young Women

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National WMU now offers a new organization for young adult women called myMISSION.

“Young women are such a force for Christ,” said Jean Roberson, ministry consultant for national WMU. “They combine their desire for a deep, authentic faith and a passion for reaching those who are suffering in this world. We hope myMISSION can be that place where faith and practice meet.”