River's Edge Fellowship


Mpact Girls Clubs is a program for winning girls to Jesus Christ through love and acceptance. Mpact provides an environment of support and accountability while helping girls to develop their gifts and abilities. In addition, girls build lifelong relationships with mentors who encourage girls to be spiritual leaders.  

The first Mpact club was officially chartered in January 1956. Since then, Mpact clubs continue to be organized across the United States and in many foreign countries. Along the way, revisions have been made, such as age- and grade-level changes, additions, and modifications in the achievement programs. But the ultimate purpose of Missionettes:winning girls to Jesus Christ and teaching them to live victoriously has never changed.


Rainbows Club
Preschool children ages 3 and up

Noah's Ark provides an exciting theme for the Bible stories, crafts, full-color activity pages, and games for this preschool club. Rainbows add colorful animal badges to their vests as they complete requirements for the achievement program. Units can be completed in 4 weeks. Only nine units need to be completed each year.
  • Distinctives 
As a Rainbow, I will be a good helper, pleasing Jesus every day.
Rainbows are helpers.

Scripture Verse 
We are... helpers.
(2 Corinthians 1:24 KJV)  

Daisies: The Sonshine Club
For kindergarten girls

Darcy, Diana, and Dorie (paper dolls) help Daisies make life applications from the Bible stories and principles they learn. Daisies earn colorful badges depicting these club characters as they complete requirements for the achievement program. Four-week units allow visitors to fit in right away. Club sponsors and girls select the nine units they want to complete during the year.

  • Distinctives
As a Daisy I will be happy, good, and helpful, letting my light shine for Jesus.

Daisies tell about Jesus.

Scripture Verse
Let your light... shine.
(Matthew 5:16 NIV)

Prims: The Discovery Club
For first- and second-grade girls

Megan, Carmen, Kim, and Tonya guide Prims through life-application stories as the girls learn biblical principles. The Discovery Box stores lesson-related objects to be displayed during lesson time to make learning even more fun. Prims earn colorful badges depicting these club characters as they complete requirements for the achievement program. Units can be completed in 4 weeks. Only 18 units need to be completed in 2 years.

  • Distinctives
I will be kind and thoughtful.


Stars Club
For third- through fifth-grade girls

Girls make their way up the Stairway of the Stars achievement program as they complete units in the four worlds: The World of Truth (basic Christian doctrine), The World Around You (missions), The World About You (activities), and The World Within You (character development). Memorization, projects, and Bible reading are all a part of completing the achievement program as an Honor Star. Four-week units are supplemented with projects and Adventures.

Having accepted Jesus as my Savior, I will follow Him in service, in testimony, in attitude, and in relationships; striving always to glorify my Lord as a Star.

I will follow Jesus.

Scripture Verse
Teach me Your way, O Lord, and I will walk in Your truth; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear Your name. I will praise You... with all my heart; I will glorify Your name forever.
(Psalm 86:11-12 NIV)

What is the greatest lesson you learned in Mpact
There were many, but the one that comes to mind was in the Know Your Talents unit. I learned how to discover my talents, to look for opportunities to serve others with those talents, and to ask God to show me opportunities to develop my talents so that He might be honored and glorified.

What fun memory would you like to share? 
Camp outs and sleepovers were always fun, but the opportunity as I got older to play the piano and be a part of the worship team at sectional & district events are my most fun memories.

What would you like to tell others about the Mpact program? 
I would tell others not to give up. It all pays off in the end. Whenever you face challenges in life, you can look back at all you've learned inMpact and it will help you make the right choices. I used to wear a T-shirt when I was a Daisy or a Prim that said Everything I really need to know, I'm learning in Mpact. I did!

I remember hearing stories in high school about self-mutilation and wondering how someone could do that to her own body.  It made no sense.  My immediate conclusion was that it had to be for attention. What else could drive a person to do such a thing?  I also remember knowing that something like that would never be a problem for me.  I was too strong to ever resort to hurting myself, or so I thought. 

MySpace. Xanga. FaceBook. Friendster. While these sites may not mean much to your parents, chances are they are at least part of your daily lingo and perhaps part of your daily lives. Social networking Web sites like these have swept the nation in the past year, allowing members to create their own online pages complete with photos, music, background graphics and, of course, the blog, an online personal journal.