Colonial Baptist Church
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
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Women on Mission

Discover the Joy of Missions
 
As a member of Tennessee Women's Mission Union,
 
you challenge Christian believers to understand
 
and be radically involved in the mission of God.

 

Women on Mission.

Women on Mission (WMU) is a missions organization for all women through

which we pray for and give to missions, do missions, learn about missions,

grow spiritually toward a missions lifestyle and participate in the work of the church.

 

Colonial’s WMU invites all women to our meeting the second Tuesday of each month. 
 
 

 

 
"Laborers Together With God"
 
1 Cor. 3:9
 
 
 
 
 
  For Women 18-100
 
Meets 2nd Tuesday of every month.
 
Bible Study - 10:00 a.m.
 
Program 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 
Lunch Noon (Reservations required)
Cost:$4.00 
 
 
 
Some of the opportunities for
 
ministry through Women on Mission
 
at Colonial Baptist Church include:
 
 
 
Mother's Day Offering for Baptist Children's Home & Boy's Ranch
 
Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions
 
Mississippi River Ministry
 
Prison Ministry of Shelby County
 
Baptist Hospital Auxiliary
(Small, White New Testaments for Newborns)
 
Brinkley Heights School Supplies
 
Golden State Mission Offering
 
Support for GA, RA and Opportunity Camps
 
Feed the Children Annual Food Shower for the
Baptist Children's Home & Boy's Ranch
 
Lunch for Baptist Student Union, University of Memphis
 
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions
White Christmas Service for Local Missions
 
 
 
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Our International Mission Board Missionaries are Joe & Leann Andrews (Parker & London) serving in Costa Rica.For more information on Joe and Leann and their progress on the mission field go to http://www.plantinginargentina.com/.
 
 
 
 
WMU Core Values
 
  • We uphold the foundational principles of the priesthood of every believer and the autonomy and uniqueness of each local church in carrying out the Great Commission.
  • We embrace the strategic role of prayer and giving for missionaries and missions needs.
  • We recognize the role of family in discipleship and missions development.
  • We recognize the giftedness of women and girls and accept the responsibility to help them use their gifts in serving Christ.
  • We accept the responsibility for nurturing preschoolers, children, youth, and adults in missions.
  • We accept the responsibility for developing and equipping missions leaders.
  • We accept the biblical mandate to respond to human need with actions modeled by Jesus Christ and with the message of God’s redemptive plan.
  • We partner with other Great Commission Christians to lead a lost world to Christ.
  • We believe that Jesus Christ, Son of God, gave His life a sacrifice for the salvation of all the people of the world, fulfilling God’s plan for the ages as revealed in the Bible, God’s Holy Word.
For more information on the Tennessee WMU Organization please go to the following site: