"There is a synergy with joining hearts and hands for the sake of the gospel. Each entity brings strengths to the table that can enhance the entire effort.”
SANDY WISDOM-MARTIN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WMU
WHAT IS PROJECT HELP?
Project HELP is a WMU initiative designed to help the church address current social and moral issues.
The goals of Project HELP are
Since launching Project HELP in 1994, WMU has led the way in addressing social issues, including HIV/AIDS, racial injustice, and poverty.
PROJECT HELP 2018-20 WILL FOCUS ON THE GLOBAL REFUGEE CRISIS.
God desires His children to pursue all people to develop relationships with Him. Use these resources to lead your church to join our Father in His unshakable pursuit of displaced people around the world.
Kentucky WMU is partnering with the Kentucky Baptist Convention, IMB, National WMU, and NAMB Send Relief to create awareness and help churches respond to Displaced Peoples in our state and around throughout the world.
Embracing the Displaced in Kentucky
Latest Stories about Displaced Peoples in Kentucky Today
LEARN ABOUT THE DISPLACED
Embracing the Displaced
Led by John Barnett
KBC Missions Mobilization
The "Embracing Displaced Peoples" workshop will inform and challenge the church to the needs of the nations at our doorstep. Learn how your church can respond to the displaced peoples in your midst.
*2020 WMU Missions Celebration
For a full list of resources to use with your church, please visit National WMU's webstore.