Welcome to Girls in Action . Girls in Action ® is a fun-filled missions organization just for girls in grades 1 through 6. GA ® helps girls develop spiritually toward a missional lifestyle. Girls in GA learn . . . a biblical worldview that encompasses the globe.
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Girls in Action
Girls in Action® is a fun-filled missions organization just for girls in grades 1 through 6. GA® helps girls develop spiritually toward a missional lifestyle.
As a GA, I will do my best to
live a missions lifestyle that
honors God by
learning about missions,
praying for missions,
giving to missions,
and participating in the work of the church.
Give thanks to the Lord. Worship him. Tell the nations what he has done. Announce how honored he is.
—Isaiah 12:4 (NIrV)
The Lord has shown you what is good. He has told you what he requires of you. You must treat people fairly. You mush love others faithfully. And you must be very careful to live the way your God wants you to.
—Micah 6:8 (NIrV)
We’re Girls in Action.
We’re girls with a mission,
And we’re reaching the world.
We’re Girls in Action,
And we’re spreading God’s love around the world.
All around, around , around the world.
The Biblical Basis for the Month’s Topic
What does the Bible say?
The Cultural or Missions Need Addressed by this Ministry
What is the need?
An In-Depth Look at the Featured Ministry
What is being done to meet the need?
Girls may complete a WorldVenturessm project or participate in one of two simulation activities that reinforce the information covered in the previous three sessions.
What do I need to know in order to personalize and apply what I’ve learned?
How to Involve Children in Missions:
Includes Guides for Girls in Action and
Children in Action
This comprehensive resource provides detailed guidance for how the organization works, and how to start and maintain a GA group. It includes detailed information about the curriculum, information to guide leaders in teaching children, reproducible forms, and many other helpful resources.
The leaders guide to weekly teaching plans.
One magazine per leader is needed.
Live Action Project
Family Missions Focus
This combined resource kit and picture set supports the weekly teaching plan in GA Leader.
One kit needed per classroom.
This is the girls’ magazine used weekly in GA sessions.
One magazine for each girl.
. . . and more!
The individualized achievement plan for GA.
One age-graded book needed per girl.
WMU Year Book 2009–2010
State WMU Offices
Find more information about the following resources in How to Involve Children in Missions and at www.gapassport.com or www.wmustore.com: