Helping our children to see the world around us and have a heart for something bigger than us is an integral part of mature development. Missions Education assists our children in seeing the world through God’s eyes and developing a heart for all the people of the world.

The Louisiana Baptists are grateful to have an active Children’s Mission Education component in our churches and the convention.

GA’s

GA, standing for Girls in Action, is for girls in grades 1-6, and is designed with a girl’s spiritual and missional growth in mind. Mission’s experiences, including Bible stories and scripture memory, mission stories and regular mission action projects help to build on spiritual foundations for girl’s coming to faith in Christ. Learn more.

RA’s

Royal Ambassadors is a missions education tool for boys grades 1-6 committed to living out the RA Pledge. The pledge is part of personal and chapter accountability. Learn more.

Preschool Mission Friends

Mission Friends, for preschooler birth through age 5, is the mission’s education foundation in a church. Mission Friends learn about God and His love for all people and understand that they are part of His plan through learning what the Bible says about God and missions. Learn more.

Acteens

ActeensGraphicSMActeens, for girls in grades 7-12, provides an avenue for genuine christian growth and difference–making living. Missions involvement and missions education is especially important in the teenage years when girls are developing a passionate faith that wants to be lived-out in real ways to make a difference for Christ now. Learn more.

Acteens Panel

Louisiana Acteens panelists are chosen annually from Louisiana churches, selection is based on outstanding seniors who are active in an Acteen group. During their year of service, panelists provide input and ideas for state Acteens programming and represent Acteens at state WMU events. Learn more.

Youth on Mission

YoMgraphicSMYouth on mission is the coed mission organization for girls and boys, grades 7-12, in our churches. More than an organizational name, youth on mission describes its purpose. Mission activities such as ministry, witnessing, prayer, Bible study and giving define the experiences. Learn more.