Lauren Sullens is a wife, mother of five, homeschool teacher and runner. She currently serves as the children’s equipper on the Georgia WMU Executive Board and as the Girls in Action director for the Ogeechee River Association. She is actively involved in Olive Branch Baptist Church where her husband serves as pastor. Missions and living out Jesus’ command to make disciples are evident not only in how she raises her children, but in her relationships in her community and beyond. She received her bachelor of arts degree in elementary education from North Greenville University; and served as a summer missionary during college, including South Carolina’s girls’ summer missions camp. She also worked as a first-grade teacher after graduating from NGU. Along with her husband, she was involved in church planting through the Kentucky Baptist Convention and the North American Mission Board. Her life verses can be found in Titus 2:3-5; and her greatest joys in life are her husband, Clint, and the kids who range in ages from 5-13 years old, who call her mom: Mae, Cora, Lottie, Gauge, and Jolie.
Raising Kids to be Missions-Minded
Raising kids to be missions-minded does not just happen. Learn ways to be more intentional in raising your own kids or those with whom you have influence, so they will have His mindset for those who don’t know Him.
Breakout Session #2, Friday, 7:15 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Room 211
Creating an Environment Where Girls Experience God
Learn about Georgia’s missions camp for girls, and what God is doing in the lives of those whose parents and church leaders provide this opportunity.
Breakout Session #3, Saturday, 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Room 211