Our top resource for learning about persecuted church countries and the missionaries who are making a difference is:
Voice Of The Martyrs Kids of Courage Bold Believers books available free online as downloadable e-books:
We print these out and put them into binders.  Our children love these and devour them.  Lots of fun activities, real stories, country facts and figures, pictures and more.

Harvest Ministries:
Teaching With God’s Heart for the World  by Ann Dunagan, a free 2-year curriculum for homeschoolers with a missions and missionary focus. These are unit studies incorporating multiple subjects in historical backgrounds for study. Go to and download the whole curriculum for free: http://harvestministry.org/twghw 

Missionary Alliance Church resources:

Missionary biographies (we just cannot get enough of these adventurous stories about God's people), posters (we have some on our refrigerator), and dramas/stories for children from Gospel Fellowship.

ACT- help God's people share his love around the world. You and your family can make a difference! Jesus commands us to love others and spread the Gospel. Be a part of God's work in the needy world of today. Click on the photos to visit the ministries below and pray about how you could help.
Source: bhm.org via Victoria on Pinterest

1 comment:

Rachel Monger said...

I've enjoyed finding all kinds of homeschooling ideas on your blog! Thanks! We homeschool in Tanzania, and thought you may like to see the blog (http://mongergirls.blogspot.com)our daughters write on homeschool and mission life here! It is really a way for them of keeping up with friends and family far away, but gives a taste of what life can be like in other places! It's great for kids to see that they can be involved in mission wherever they are :) Rachel