Acteens teaches girls in grades 7-12 to look beyond themselves and become actively involved in missions and ministry.
EVENTS & TRAINING
Week of Prayer for North American Missions
Camp Pinnacle Younger Girls/Teen Week
Camp Pinnacle Mom & Me/Mom & Teen Overnight
Camp Pinnacle Teen Week
Week of Prayer for International Missions
Inspirational and equipping events include camps, conferences, retreats, and missions opportunities for missions leaders and participants of all ages.
Start missions discipleship in your church today! Customize how often you receive student curriculum. Empower your students to be the disciple makers God has called them to be.
Order curriculum and classroom materials from WMU, and access various free resources from the state office.
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CAMP PINNACLE SUPPORT STAFF
Join us at Camp Pinnacle and use your passion and talents to help young girls and teens know God and be involved in His mission! Must be 16 years old and member of a Southern Baptist church.
NATIONAL ACTEENS PANELIST
The National Acteens Panel is a group of young women interested in missions and impacting their world for Christ. Selected panelists have exhibited a strong commitment to Christ and to missions through involvement in Acteens, leadership in the church and community, and dedication to academic studies. National Acteens Panelists represent Acteens from across the country, serving for one year with opportunities for growth, leadership, and input toward the future direction of Acteens.
Panelists serve at a national WMU event where they interact with missionaries and other national leaders in missions. They also speak at churches in their home states, and write blogs and create selfie-style videos for WMU social media outlets. Panelists receive a $1,000 scholarship from the WMU Foundation to be used for college or other educational option.
YOUR GIVING TRANSFORMS LIVES
“Women are getting jobs to provide for their families through CWJC, girls are coming to faith in Christ at Camp Pinnacle, ethnic leaders are taking missions back to their churches, and I could go on with story after story of women discovering their purpose and living out their call to serve.”