A Calling for This Time:
United Methodist Women Program Book 2013-2014
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Sacred Sojourn: Relationship-Building Trip Yields Rich Results
10/21/2013 Last month, members of United Methodist Women embarked on a journey that explored the 250-year history of industrialization and its effects on the Chesapeake Bay and the communities that live near its waters. The trip was in preparation for a full sacred journey, which will take place in June 2014.
Program Book 2013-14: A Call to Prayer and Self-Denial 2014 by Becky Louter and Clara Ester
10/21/2013 "A Call to Prayer and Self-Denial" is a special program from the United Methodist Women Program Book 2013-14 - A Calling for This Time.
Help End Hunger on World Food Day by Tatiana Dwyer
10/14/2013 Every year on October 16, the global community of food justice advocates committed to ending hunger and poverty celebrate World Food Day. This is a special day that mobilizes efforts around the globe to raise awareness, educate, advocate and call for action to end global hunger.
World Thank Offering: A Calling for this Time by Judith Pierre-Okerson
10/08/2013 "World Thank Offering" is a special program from the United Methodist Women Program Book 2013-14 - A Calling for This Time.
Program Book 2013-2014: Calling to Mission in Our Time
10/04/2013 “Calling to Mission in Our Time” is the September 2013 program from the United Methodist Women Program Book 2013-14 - A Calling for This Time. This program has been updated. Click to download the print-friendly PDF version of the updated program.
United Methodist Women launches e-book during global migrations event: available now at Amazon.com.
10/02/2013 This week, as a member of the host committee for the People’s Action on Global Migration, Development and Human Rights, United Methodist Women is co-conducting events that focus on women’s rights, global migration, human rights and more. UMW is especially active on October 2, co-hosting a series of workshops around gender justice, migrant rights and trafficking; conducting a prayer service; and taking part in a rally. In conjunction with the 8:00 a.m. worship, organized by UMW and World Day of Prayer, UMW is proud to announce the launch of a joint meditations e-book, "Seeking Fullness of Life." You can purchase the e-book for your Kindle at Amazon.com for $0.99.
Surviving Domestic Violence by Stephanie Greiner
10/01/2013 When I registered for National Seminar 2011 I learned of the four areas of focus for United Methodist Women: human trafficking, climate change, immigration and domestic violence. I could sign up for the area I wanted to learn more about. I selected domestic violence. At that point I had no idea my life would be changed.
Responsively Yours: What the Church Needs From United Methodist Women by Harriett Jane Olson
10/01/2013 United Methodist Women is an organization of The United Methodist Church. As such, it is fair to ask, “What does The United Methodist Church need from United Methodist Women?” How would you answer that question?
Seeking Fullness of Life: Biblical Meditations on Women and Migration From Women Around the Globe by Nellie Choi, Editor
09/30/2013 Link to Amazon.com: This Kindle e-book of biblical meditations about women and migration brings faith perspectives to the exploration of global migration and lifts up the voices and stories of women as they are impacted by migration. These voices include migrant women but also women who welcome migrants and open their homes and hearts to them. This book will serve as a catalyst for deep reflection, meditation and learning and will inspire you to become allies with migrant women and to advocate for migrant human rights. 20 meditations. 50 pp. (approximate).
Stories of Peacemakers: Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Mozambique by Carol Van Gorp
09/20/2013 Early this year United Methodist women from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Mozambique gathered at Africa University (AU) in Zimbabwe to explore their roles as women peace builders. The event was co-sponsored by United Methodist Women and the Institute of Peace, Leadership and Governance of AU.