ANNIE ARMSTRONG EASTER OFFERING: (1850-1912) The Annie Armstrong offering is used for North American missions to support missionaries and to do good works here in the United States. Annie’s legacy continues and her belief to, “give more, pray more, and do more for reaching people for Christ” lives on. Each year, gifts to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering support missionary salaries and training, church planting, and evangelism efforts in North America.

 

Annie Walker Armstrong was the first corresponding secretary (executive director) of Woman's Missionary Union. She was born on July 11, 1850, in Baltimore, Maryland. Her family was very active in Baptist life. Annie went with her mother to the missionary meetings of Woman's Mission to Woman. There she learned how important it is to give to and pray for missions. She developed a heart for missions. Annie worked with Indians, immigrants, Blacks, and children. In 1882, Annie helped organize the Woman's Baptist Home Mission Society of Maryland. She was the first president of the society.  

 

 

 

Here at Eternity Baptist Church, we support the Annie Armstrong Mission Offering.

 

 

Please visit the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering website for more information.
 

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