Human Trafficking Awareness Day
Bible Study: What We Can Learn from Daniel by Marva Usher-Kerr
12/09/2013 Daniel is well-known in the scriptures as the leader of a group of young slaves including Hananiah, Mishael, Azariah and himself. His tale is one used over and over to teach young children about faith and strength. If Daniel and his friends lived in this day and time, they be would considered trafficked persons.
Meet the United Methodist Women of Cameroon! by Rev. Nkemba Ndjungu
11/15/2013 United Methodist Women are always dynamic, and members in Cameroon are no different. The women of Cameroon are organizing seminars, developing income generating projects and providing scholarships to help ensure that women are equipped to lead, and are empowered to implement lasting change.
Losing One Family and Finding Another: The Story of a Scholarship Student from Africa
11/15/2013 I am from Nimba County in Liberia. I am only 27 years old, but in my lifetime I have lost my parents and two siblings, lived through two wars, roamed three countries as a refugee/displaced person, and slept in streets, parking stations, market places and church yards while struggling to survive.
Stories of Peacemakers: Japan by Dr. Renee Campbell
09/18/2013 While attending the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations through United Methodist Women, Dr. Renee Campbell, the Executive Director of Wesley House Community Services in Louisville, KY learned from international delegate Suzuyo Takazato from Japan of the years of rapes and violence being imposed on the women of Okinawa, Japan by US service members. With that, she started a T-Shirt campaign to give voice and tribute to those women and their families.
“I Was a Stranger and You Welcomed Me” by Moira McDowall
04/29/2013 This reflection is from the World Day of Prayer Worship Service in the Republic of Ireland inspired by Matthew 25: 31-46.
How To Submit Human Trafficking Photos to UMWOnline.net
12/10/2012 Submit photos to UMWOnline.net for Intercept the Traffickers Campaign with or without a computer by February 3, 2013.
Batis Center for Women
11/13/2012 United Methodist Women‘s International Ministries with Women, Children & Youth supports the Batis Center for Women in the Philippines.
Judges 19 by Glory E. Dharmaraj
01/10/2012 A bible study on Judges 19 for Human Trafficking Awareness Day, January 11.
Mission Theology in Asia by Emma Cantor
12/08/2011 Regional Missionary Emma Cantor shared stark realities confronting Asian women, children and youth and stories of courageous women who make a difference.
Called Awake and Fed by Lily Bloom Domingo, Susannah Wesley Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
03/14/2011 We recognize what it means to be on a long journey facing loneliness and despair. In the face of every "newcomer" is the reflection of ourselves. Each of us can be the living embodiment of God's love and provide the compassion and care that will sustain our brothers and sisters in their long journey.
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