A Parable of ‘Talents’ for Mission in Sudan by Mary Kate Sweeney
04/01/2011 Creative ventures across Iowa raised awareness and funds for Sudan.
A Women's Storybook Project by Linda Lee Cox
03/01/2011 Formed in 2003, the the Women's Storybook Project of Texas. helps incarcerated mothers do what mothers have always done to comfort and nurture their children — read their children bedtime stories, using the warmth and cadence of their own voices to reassure and encourage them from hundreds of miles away.
Faint Not by Tonya Murphy
01/04/2011 Surviving breast cancer taught United Methodist Women member Tonya Murphy about faith, persistence and supportive community.
Singing the Faith by Beth Dixon
11/30/2010 For “Assembly’s Got Talent” winner Joan Campbell, singing is one more way to serve.
The Silent Path to Foreclosure by Quianna Nicole Stokes
11/09/2010 United Methodist Women member Dianna Woodlon didn't even tell her family home foreclosure was on the horizon. But with the nudging of the Holy Spirit, she began to talk and learned she was not alone.
Love, Rice and Beans by Carrie Madren
10/01/2010 United Methodist Women members from Westminster, Md., help with dinner and fix homes in the Dominican Republic.
Serving Time with Christian Service by Lorna Moore with Praveena Balasundaram
07/28/2010 United Methodist Women’s unit at Topeka Correctional Facility touches women’s lives in and outside of prison.
Making a Difference by Pamela Stewart
06/18/2010 United Methodist Women member Pamela Stewart describes her involvement in Emma’s Circle, a circle for girls 7-17 years old.
Bridge Builder of United Methodist Women by Cathy Mejia
05/14/2010 A member of United Methodist Women’s Language Ministries Consultative Group and United Methodist Women at Mosaic United Methodist Church in Louisville, Ky., shares her mission story.
Social Justice and Evangelism
04/01/2010 Thoughts on social justice and evangelism from young adults at the Church Center for the United Nations in New York City
Native People and Evangelism by Cynthia Kent
04/01/2010 One woman shares how evangelism of Native people – past and present – affects her own life as a Native American woman.
Deaconess Clara Ester by Myka Kennedy Stephens
04/01/2010 A Life of Mission and Evangelism
Two United Methodists Honored for Ecumenical Service
11/12/2009 Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 12, 2009--Lois Dauway, an executive of the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries, was honored for outstanding service to ecumenism at the 2009 General Assembly of the National Council of Churches and Church World Service.
Florise J. Newton: Mission Finance Chair and Prominent United Methodist Woman Dies at 65
11/13/2007 New York, NY, November 13, 2007 -- Florise M. Jackson Newton, 65, chair of the finance committee of the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries and a long-time national figure in United Methodist Women, died on November 12 at a hospital in New Jersey.
Love and Faith Make for Healing and Praise by Inelda Gonzalez *
03/25/2006 Love and Faith Make for Healing and Praise
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