Kentucky WMU
Sunday, November 19, 2017
missions for lifeĀ®

Adults

A missions lifestyle for a lifetime

There's a place for all adults to get involved with missions through WMU. Whether it's participating in a hands-on project, leading a children's organization or learning, praying and giving through a church missions program, WMU encourages and equips adults at every age and season of life to be actively involved in the mission of God. And, if you feel called to full-time ministry and need to continue your education, we have some small scholarships available.

 

Missions education, promotion

Adults on Mission

(men and women age 18 and older)

Kentucky Baptist Nursing Fellowship

(healthcare professionals)

myMISSION

(women age 18-35)

Women on Mission

(age 18 and older)
 

WMU Events, Opportunities for Adults

Christian Job Corps

Excel

Leadership development and training for all church WMU leaders.

Kentucky Changers

Are you an adult with construction experience? Help mentor students as they serve.
Adult Kentucky Changers (for men and women 18 and older)

Missions Celebration & Annual Meeting

Project HELP

Pure Water, Pure Love

Women's Retreats

 

Homemade Laundry Soap

 Ingredients

·         1 bar (or 4.5 ounces) shaved bar soap (a homemade laundry barDr. Bronner’sKirk’s Castile SaopIvoryZOTE, or Fels-Naptha)

·         1 cup borax

·         1 cup washing soda

Directions

Thoroughly stir together for several minutes, then enjoy the results!

If you have a blender or food processer, you can create a powder detergent that will dissolve in cold water.  Just make sure when you do this to let it settle before removing the lid of you blender or food processor so you do not inhale the fine particles.  Store in a sealed container with a small scoop.  You only need one scoop per load.

Homemade Fabric Softener

·         1 gallon white vinegar

·         30-40 drops of essential oil (Suggestions:  Lavender, orange, lemon, peppermint or choose your favorite fragrance.) 

To use:

 

Just shake well before each use and it’s ready for the rinse cycle. For average loads add 1/3  cup to the rinse cycle, or a little more for large loads.