Lenten Prayers: Expansive Language Resource by wordsmatter.org
01/20/2012 Submit or subscribe to expansive language prayers for Lent 2012
Meet Me At the Tomb: An Easter Meditation by Harriett Jane Olson
04/24/2011 For Christians, while the tomb may be a place of sadness, it is also a reminder of God’s amazing love for us.
A Community of Women by Judi Nibbelink, director, Women's Division
04/23/2011 It is on this day, this Saturday between Good Friday and Easter, that I truly understand the significance of United Methodist Women and what this bond of community means in my life.
The Gift of Good Friday by Carmen Faye Sanford-Vianese, director, Women's Division
04/22/2011 Isaiah foretold of God's plan to fix it all. God would have to take on our iniquity. To do so, God had to become a human being who could experience physical death.
Let Us Serve One Another by Tupou Seini Kelemeni, director, Women's Division
04/21/2011 We have been empowered by the Holy Spirit, just like the disciples, to go out and serve and love others.
A Last Meal by Kathy Booker, president, Southeastern Jurisdiction
04/20/2011 When reflecting on the Last Supper and what's occurring in the world today, how many of our sisters and brothers are having their last meal due to the economy, poverty or unforeseen circumstances like natural disasters?
The Joy That Comes in the Morning by Ilda G. Vasquez, president, South Central Jurisdiction
04/19/2011 Jesus predicted his death and tells the crowd, "While you have the light, believe in the light, so that you may become children of light."
Carrying Light and Love: The Beginning of Passover by by Diane Martin, spiritual growth coordinator, Yellowstone Conference
04/18/2011 Like Jesus, owned by God and filled with a gentle encouraging spirit, we declare truth and justice to the world.
The Freedom of Humbleness by Sabrina White, president, Northeastern Jurisdiction
04/17/2011 Jesus came to Jerusalem some 2000 years ago, humble, and mounted on a donkey, with a colt, the foal of a donkey (beast of burden). Luke tells us Jesus wept "as he came near and saw the city" because they "did not recognize the time of [their] visitation from God"
Predictions by Lois R. Travillon, president, North Central Jurisdiction
04/16/2011 Just as Jesus was focused on people, United Methodist Women members are focused on women, children and youth.