Watching God work: Alabama WMU enjoys ‘sweet season,’ looks ahead to summer

View of people standing in pews facing stage during Renew Conference

Candace McIntosh says that so far, 2023 has been a “sweet season of watching God work” through Alabama Woman’s Missionary Union.

“I want to brag on what God has been doing over these past six months,” said McIntosh, executive director of Alabama WMU, during an online meeting in late April. McIntosh and other leaders provided a recap of spring activities and a preview of upcoming opportunities to missions leaders and group members joining in by Zoom.

Two of Alabama WMU’s largest annual events were held in March and April. 

More than 215 teen girls, leaders and staff members attended Complete at NorthPark Baptist Church in Trussville on March 3 and 4.

Trish Jackson, Alabama WMU missions lifestyle strategist for preschool, children and students, said it was powerful to see the teens worshipping together. The event featured Bible study and worship, a missions focus and breakout sessions on a variety of topics.

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