The Northwest Ministry Network exists to bring the hope of Jesus to our communities. These communities are both in the Pacific Northwest and around the world! Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge (BGMC) provides resources to bring missions to life by developing a heart of generosity in kids ministry! 

To learn more about the national program BGMC program, click the link:

BGMC Project Guide

Project Guides (PG) are to be used and reproduced in your ministry. Each PG focuses on a different missionary, in a different country. The PG interviews the missionary, tells more about the country, and lists ways to give, pray, and serve toward the ministry. Use it for teaching, curriculum, or a missions emphasis in your ministry. Download the current season's Project Guides below.  

Winter PG - John and Beth Wilson | Ignite Eurasia 
Goal: $10,000
Media: Click HERE for their website 

John and Beth Wilson 
Assemblies of God Missionaries to Young People Worldwide 

John and Beth currently serve Royal Rangers International as Eurasia representatives. Their vision is to provide Christlike character formation and servant leadership development in a highly relational and fun environment for boys and girls. Their mission is to evanglize, equip, and empower the next generations of Christlike young people and lifelong servant leaders worldwide. Their plan is to establish, strengthen, and serve Royal Rangers International Ministry in parntership with National churches in 220 Nations and Territories worldwide.

Give online

Or make checks payable to BGMC and send to:
1445 N Boonville Ave.
Springfield, MO 65802

* When mailing in, please use the BGMC Giving Form (above) and note the Special Target #/Missionary on memo line of check*

John & Beth Wilson Special Target #: 920158-3

Online Giving Instructions

To ensure that your church receives BGMC credit, follow the instructions to give online:
1. Follow the link or search for the Special Target # listed on the last page of each Project Guide. If entering the number, it is important that you type in the number exactly as listed in the Project Guide.

2. Select or enter in the total giving amount and click "Give Now"

3. Proceed to check-out. If you are an AG Credentialed Minister, make sure you are logged out of your personal AG Passport account and select "Checkout as Guest." 

4. Fill in billing information and check the box at the bottom of the page to receive Church Credit.
5. Submit contribution! This donation will be associated with your total BGMC giving at the end of the year. 

BGMC Project Guide Archive

Download past Project Guides (formerlly (KMC) Kid Missionary Challenge)
How does BGMC work?

You can choose to partner with our seasonal Project Guide or give to the BGMC Critical Needs Fund throughout the year. Our Project Guides (explained in detail below) present an opportunity for partnership with a specific missionary, via designated giving, culturally specific prayer, and similar serving opportunities. 

As your committment is an agreement between you and God, it is understood that you may revise it at any time. Once a need is met, we reserve the privilege of redirecting funds to the BGMC Critical Needs Account. If the pledged amount is not met, BGMC reserves the right to redirect the church or district's designated funds. 

Project Guides

Four times a year, we will produce a Project Guide for you to utilize, adapt, and reproduce in your kids ministry. These Project Guides will focus on one missionary in a particular country and have a season of emphasis (spring, summer, fall or winter). As the Network of NWKids, we will join together in sponsorship of the current, featured missionary by giving, praying, and serving.

Give, Pray, Serve (GPS)

One of the ways a heart of generosity can be measured is through a few actionable items: how are the kids in your ministry giving? how are they praying? how are they serving? We want to measure the effectiveness of a child's missional heart through their own desire to give, their own desire to pray, and their own desire to serve.

First, the Project Guide provides the tools to financially give to the project. Each project will feature an AG sponsored missionary and will set a goal of donation. Once the goal is met, remaining funds will be filtered to BGMC and donated towards critical needs -- such as food, Bibles, water, clothes, medicine, shelter -- for missionaries on the field.

Secondly, we will provide stories, pictures, and cultural context from missionaries, bringing missions alive and inspiring in children the desire to pray for missionaries, out of an attitude of deeper understanding. We recognize that missions can seem like a large, untouchable concept for a child to grasp, so we want to make it relatable and recognizable to them, so they can see that they have the authority to pray for a missionary, just like they would pray for a friend. 

Thirdly, we will provide suggestions for serving opportunities. Our hope is that a student will not only be inspired to give to and pray for missionaries, but also to pattern their own lives after missionaries' example of service. Serving opportunities will need to be fostered and created in your own context and church culture, but we will provide some practical, easy to execute examples. 

How you can be a part:

We want to partner with you in our Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge. What does that mean?

1. Commit to joining the team:
  • Use the resources
  • Give towards the featured project
  • Create serving opportunities in your ministry 
2. Tell us your stories
  • What is happening in your kids ministry?
  • How are you seeing a heart of generosity develop?
3. Come to BGMC sponsored events
A few times a year we will host BGMC sponsored events, where we highlight your stories, missionary stories, and cast vision for the future of BGMC. Be on the lookout to attend these events as a kids ministry leadership team and give us your feedback for how we can make BGMC more impactful!



Jolene Joosten, BGMC Coordinator 

Jenn Braham, NWMN Children's Ministry Admin

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