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Wanted: Women in Mission by Norma Taylor Mitchell
01/01/2014 At a meeting of United Methodist Women at Epworth United Methodist Church in Durham, N.C., I addressed the topic of United Methodist Women membership nurture and outreach. My speech was titled: “I Don’t Do That Anymore”: Why I See United Methodist Women Differently.
Responsively Yours: Representing God’s Love by Harriett Jane Olson
01/01/2014 If we weren’t already a structured organization, how would we come together to act on the commitments of our faith in 2014? We might start by noticing what women in United Methodist congregations have in common—our faith in God and in the work of Jesus in our own lives; our tendency to be keen observers of the communities, states and nation in which we live; and our desire to make the world a place in which we and other women, children and youth may thrive.
Cordialmente Suya: Representando el Amor de Dios by /por Harriett Jane Olson
01/01/2014 Si no fuéramos una organización ya estructurada, ¿cómo nos uniríamos para abogar por los compromisos de nuestra fe en el año 2014? Podríamos empezar por darnos cuenta de lo que las mujeres en las congregaciones metodistas unidas tenemos en común: nuestra fe en Dios y en la obra de Jesús en nuestras propias vidas, nuestra tendencia a ser agudas observadoras de las comunidades, los estados y la nación en la que vivimos, y nuestro deseo de hacer que el mundo sea un lugar donde las mujeres, incluso nosotras mismas, la niñez y la juventud puedan progresar.
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 would be considered trafficked persons.
Women Face Challenges of South Sudan by Paul Jeffrey
12/01/2013 response senior correspondent Paul Jeffrey gave readers an intimate look at several aspects of life in Sudan, including the Darfur region and the new nation of South Sudan when the area was the focus of United Methodist Women’s geographic mission study in 2009 and 2010. Since then, he has continued to visit the region to report on its progress and its humanitarian crises. This month Mr. Jeffrey introduces us to three women whose very different lives reflect some of the region’s current challenges
Forever Called by Richard Lord
12/01/2013 Passion is the overriding energy that flows from the Brooks-Howell Home, a United Methodist Women-owned facility in Asheville, N.C., for retired United Methodist missionaries and deaconesses. The more than 100 residents are relieved of the responsibilities and schedules of employment but never from their Christian vocation of service.
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.
GenerationNext Earth Advocates by Jennifer McCallum
10/29/2013 United Methodist Women and the Scranton Center for Women’s Leadership of Seoul, Korea, joined with the Wesley Center of Japan to train a new generation of leaders for environmental justice in Tokyo, Feb. 17-23.
Cookson Hills: Where God Changes People by Paul Jeffrey
10/29/2013 When Laurie Rowell started abusing drugs, she knew it was time to quit her job as a nurse. She didn’t want to go to work while high and put her patients’ lives at risk, but quitting work just gave her more time to use drugs. Her life went downhill fast, and soon she was arrested on drug charges.
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