Response Magazine: Features
Palestine's Facebook Generation by Paul Jeffrey
07/08/2011 Youth use social media to break the siege of Gaza.
The Peacemakers by Mary Kate Sweeney
06/20/2011 JustPeace Center equips the church to engage conflict head on with love
A People’s Cathedral in Wisconsin by C.J. Hawking
04/01/2011 A United Methodist reports from the struggle for worker’s rights in Madison, Wisc.
Community Gardens by Ellen Kirby
03/01/2011 Creating or maintaining a community garden is a vital, new mission opportunity for United Methodist Women.
Social Networking: A New Space for Faith by Erik Aldsgard
02/01/2011 Facebook. Twitter. Blog. Communication today is vastly different than it was even five years ago. Every medium has its advantages and disadvantages, each better at one function or another. But given all the new technology that, in theory, makes it easier for people to connect with one another, is it really happening? How are women connecting today?
Breaking The Silence by Shanta Bryant Gyan
01/04/2011 Women are the fastest-growing segment of substance abusers in the United States. Recovery programs must factor in their roles as women if they are to succeed.
Beyond City Limits by Lesley Crosson
11/01/2010 Changing demographics call for needs-based services in metropolitan areas not just within city limits.
10 Facts: Do you really know the suburbs? by Kelly Martini
10/01/2010 This month's issue features a story about the suburbs. These ten facts provide insight into what it really means to live in the suburbs.
Family Roots by Yvette Moore
10/01/2010 Author Thomas DeWolf shares lessons from a life-changing journey into the history of his family, his country and the transatlantic slave trade in Inheriting the Trade, a 2011 United Methodist Women Reading Program book.
Crafting Hope in Haiti by Valerie Mossman-Celestin
07/28/2010 Women in Haiti find opportunity and community working with United Methodist Women-supported Haitian Artisans for Peace International.