Faryn Fryer has more missions experience at age 18 than many will have in a lifetime. She has been active in her home church’s Migrant Camp in South Alabama for many years. She has also served as an Acteen Activator in Kentucky and Tennessee and, most recently, Haiti, where her team conducted a sports camp and used the opportunity to teach Haitian believers how to do the same.
Even more impressive than her list of mission trips and ministry involvement, however, is her deep-seated desire to truly live out a missions lifestyle. According to Faryn, this heart for God and His mission was fostered in a big way through her involvement with Alabama WMU and her local Acteens group at First Baptist Church of Columbiana. “They have helped me grow and be a leader even though I’m still young,” she said.
Faryn is now in college, but the lessons she learned through Alabama WMU’s Emerging Leaders Forum, Challenge Team, Acteens Activators and missions organizations such as Girls In Action and Acteens, changed her view of the world and her purpose in life.
As she looks to a bright future, Faryn is committed to staying strong in Christ and living out a missions lifestyle in every season.
- Pray for more young leaders like Faryn to be discipled through Acteens and Alabama WMU.
- Pray for Alabama WMU’s Emerging Leaders, Challenge Team and Acteens Activators to be used by God to make a big difference in the lives of many.
- Pray for more women in Alabama to invest their time, heart and resources in teen girls ministry by starting (or re-starting) Acteens groups in their church.