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  • Interview with Yvette Richards by Leigh Rogers
    09/04/2012 Ms. Richards' expresses her passion in this dialogue saying: "United Methodist Women is a difference maker, a leader for women children and youth in making an impact. We need to know how to tell our story, often and everywhere. "
  • We Are United Methodist Women by Linda J. DuRant
    12/30/2010 We are the women of the Church, the United Methodist Women. We serve a risen Savior. We carry on the traditions that hundreds of thousands of women have passed down in whispers and shouts to their sisters and daughters and nieces and friends.
  • Hats by by Linda J. DuRant
    12/30/2010 Hats have woven their way into society. The phrases "toss your hat into the ring" or "keep it under your hat" are instantly understood. When someone does something significant we give a "tip of the hat" to that person.
  • Of HAPI-ness, Gratitude Journals, and Haiti by Mary Beth Coudal*
    02/19/2010 Artisans have been expressing gratitude in spite of their horrific experiences. They are grateful to be alive. They are grateful to God for giving them strength. They are grateful for the gift of hope. We can follow their example by keeping a gratitude journal! On the very paper that symbolizes their rebuilding, you can write down ways you too are grateful! -- From the Haitian Artisans for Peace International (HAPI) website
  • 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.
  • Women as Christian Evangelists: An Often Hidden History by Elliott Wright*
    08/01/2009 Evanston, Illinois, August 1, 2009--A number of Protestant women celebrated for their social ministries across the past two centuries understood themselves to be primarily evangelists, although they were rarely allowed to preach.
  • West Africa Women Meet to Explore Being Better Together in Christ by Kimberly Lehmann
    06/03/2009 This impromptu composition by missionary Catherine Akale became the unofficial theme song of this first gathering of leaders from United Methodist women's organizations within the West Africa Central Conference. The participants gathered in Monrovia, Liberia, in early May under the theme "We Are Better Together in Christ."

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