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Mothers Memorial

Download the UPCI Mothers Memorial Video- Women Do So Much

Download the Global Student Promotional Video

Mothers Memorial is the annual fundraising campaign of Ladies Ministries, United Pentecostal Church International. Since 1956, Mothers Memorial has blessed thousands of recipients in need of love, joy, compassion and truth!

The annual Offering Report Deadline is May 31st.

Ladies Ministries brings women of all ages together and forges them into a dynamic force for world evangelism. Since its inception it has been our goal to fulfill our divine purpose to impact every age in every nation by all means possible.

Because you give, our Bible schools overseas continue to grow rapidly. We urge you to consider the need for student sponsors in our Bible schools around the world.

In 2016, the Global Missions department reported:

  • Total number of global Bible schools 433
  • Total number of Bible school students 8,554
  • Total number of seminar students 65,616

 

The United Pentecostal Church International is preaching the gospel in 35,000 locations and preaching points in 220 nations. Training Bible school students is vital to continued growth. Visit studentstories.org for more information about our students, schools and sponsors.

You can adopt a missionary family this year by donating to the Adopted Missionary fund which provides a birthday check for every missionary kid and a family Christmas check annually.

  • $20 will buy a birthday gift for a missionary child.
  • $100 will fund a complete Christmas meal for a missionary family.

Watch a video message from our missionary kids!

 

We have been consistent in our support of New Beginnings with its home for unwed mothers and adoption program. Tupelo Children’s Mansion, for the child who has either temporarily or permanently been displaced. Troubled teens are ministered to through the Lighthouse Ranch for Boys and Haven of Hope for Girls. Today’s Christian Girl, a free web site club helps young girls connect with other groups and know they are not alone in believing and living out the teaching of the Word of God.

Mothers join others around the world in focused prayer for their children on the first Monday of every month with our Ladies Prayer International program. This is an effective tool for reaching the community and inviting mothers to “come as they are” to pray for children in the community and local schools. Many become “regulars” and are soon born again through the plan of salvation!

Apostolic literature has been written for those who seek godly direction in life. More to Life Bible studies continue to be a means of strengthening our women while bringing others to the saving knowledge of Christ. Downloadable Bible studies are offered free for small group use at moretolifetoday.com.

Nearly one thousand attend Ladies Ministries events in our district annually to hear anointed speakers on subjects that strengthen our core beliefs. These conferences are an open door for lady ministers to fulfill their calling. Age-appropriate events target and strengthen our youth in their walk with God.

Scholarships to Northeast Christian College are offered annually to young men and women pursuing their call to ministry.

Widowed ministers’ wives are under girded with our Women of Worth program. This is beneficial in helping them know they are still valuable to the kingdom of God though the ministering husband is no longer with them.

HOPE (Healing Our Painful Experiences) reaches out to ministers’ wives who are dealing with separation or divorce. Qualified counselors answer every confidential email. Several have taken advantage of this program. If we help even one though this traumatic time in life, we are grateful.

In addition to the above our annual Mothers Memorial fund drive assists the following UPCI endorsed ministries:

North American Missions—family emergency fund and prison ministries literature; Department of Education & Endorsement—Summer Institute and Urshan Graduate School of Theology Library fund.

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