Response Magazine: Features
Climate Change by Sharon Delgado
03/06/2013 As United Methodist Women members, we can educate ourselves about climate change and raise it as an issue in our congregations, even if it generates controversy.
Breaking Rocks and Barriers by Richard Lord*
02/01/2013 For 15 years Sheralin Greene broke barriers every day as a coal miner in Harlan County, Ky., where 98 percent of miners are male and 90 percent are white.
A Journey to "Ubuntu" by Kit Adkins and Jeanie Blankenbaker
01/01/2013 U.S. women learn the power of faith and witness with sisters in the Philippines and South Korea.
A Gift for Life in Rwanda by Gabriel Ramos-Rocchio and Nile Sprague
12/01/2012 Since 2005 Rwanda Gift for Life has responded to the hardships and trauma rape survivors continue to face even as they struggle to care for their families while living with HIV.
Hershey's Fair Trade by Anita Green
11/01/2012 United Methodist voices help persuade chocolate company to address child labor.
Stumbling Over Reproductive Health by Elmira Sellu
09/01/2012 Every woman has a right to complete health care throughout her life -- even in developing countries.
Speaking Up for Women by Yvette Moore
07/01/2012 "I will never be tired of speaking up for women’s causes." Kapend Christine Musumb served as a delegate to the 2012 General Conference. She coordinates the Central Congo Conference’s United Methodist Women.
A Lifeline to the Future by Donna Akuamoah
06/01/2012 United Methodist Women international ministries scholarships are helping to develop a new generation of leaders.
Wage Theft by Adam DeRose
05/01/2012 Billions of dollars are stolen from U.S. workers every year.
Ministries of Accompaniment by Katie Dwyer
04/01/2012 Katie Dwyer traveled with families searching for loved ones along the migrant trail. Now their stories travel with her.