Teenagers of today are longing to make a difference in their world. As they struggle with finding their identity and their purpose, you can help them by strengthening their Biblical world view while helping them connect their faith with real life.

Take your students to the next level in discipleship

Taking your students to the next level in their discipleship means that you are being intentional about helping them "live out" the gospel daily. Missional discipleship helps to foster transformation in the life of a teenager providing them the tools to meets needs, serve wholeheartedly and love the Lord with all their mind.

WMU offers variety of resources to help you and your students make an impact in your community and around the world. All resources are designed to help your student develop a missional lifestyle and vary based on need. These resources include drop-in studies, curriculum for small groups, and mission trip training. R esources are designed to fit within an existing youth ministry program or meet a gender specific need.

Call us today so we can help you choose the best resource for your group! Call 214-828-5150.

Missions Small Groups

"Missions groups" are actually small groups that are intentional about providing opportunities for students to grow in their faith and put what they learn into action. They also challenge students to deepen their faith, learn how to minister to other cultures and strengthen their leadership skills. WMU offers resources designed to fit the need of a gender specific or co-ed group. WMU student missions are designed for teens in 6-12 grade.

Acteens is a missions group for teen girls.

Youth on Mission (YOM) is for a co-ed group and perfect to integrate with your youth group.

Challengers is a missions group for teen guys.


Teri Ussery

Missional Lifestyle Strategist for Preschool, Children, Youth and Young Adults 
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