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National Touch the World Fund

The National Women’s Ministries Department (formerly named Women’s Missionary Council) was established at the 1951 General Council meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Since then, Assemblies of God women have continued to prove themselves generous by their giving to a multitude of projects. They give locally; they give to district projects, and show their love by giving to national projects as well.

Women are also true to one of the original goals for establishing the national department—giving to missions! District women’s directors help coordinate giving to missionary household budgets, caring for the needs of their missionaries while away and when they return home. And, women from many districts and churches travel overseas, or in U.S. Missions works, to lend a hand with the multi-faceted projects missionaries need assistance with in their country of service. Many orphanages, Bible schools, churches, feeding programs, outreaches and education programs have been blessed and encouraged by the help of women from our churches.

Did you know? 

From 1951 through 2011, more than $398.8 million has been given by women and churches in the organization to assist with ministries to Assemblies of God World Missions, U.S. Missions, Compassion Ministries, and District and Local church ministries!

National Touch the World Fund 

Each September, women’s groups and churches are encouraged to send a missions offering to the National Touch the World Fund. The contributions are used to provide indoor equipment and furnishings to World, U.S. Missions and AG Compassion Ministries institutions. More than $7 million dollars has been given to the fund since the establishment in 1957.

You can send the offering to:

National Women’s Department
1445 N Boonville
Springfield, MO  65802-1894

Or you can give online here. 

We commend the women of the Assemblies of God for their generous and heartfelt giving!

 © 2012 Assemblies of God National Women's Department    

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