Response Magazine: Features
Laugh Your Way to Grace by Susan Sparks
07/28/2010 A lawyer and stand-up comedian discovers the healing and spiritual powers of laughter and answers God’s call to ministry.
Love Your Neighbor by Betty L. Bush
07/28/2010 United Methodist Women-supported Wesley Community Centers, Inc., in Atlanta, Ga., is a popular place for its senior neighbors.
Serving Time with Christian Service by Lorna Moore with Praveena Balasundaram
07/28/2010 United Methodist Women’s unit at Topeka Correctional Facility touches women’s lives in and outside of prison.
Battling Sexual Exploitation by Paul Jeffrey
06/18/2010 The fight against human trafficking in Cambodia is a struggle to protect vulnerable young girls.
A Separate Peace by Lisa J. Shannon
06/18/2010 Lisa Shannon shares about her journey to the worst place on earth to be a woman in A Thousand Sisters. She shares a chapter of her book with Response.
No More Silence by John Shorb
06/18/2010 The Church has an important role to play in protecting women and girls against violence and abuse.
My Ocean Planet by Mary Crowley
05/17/2010 A scientist works to address the global plastic pollution problem.
Sudan by Paul Jeffrey
05/17/2010 Activists around the world who have worked for years to end violence in Sudan are frustrated by the deterioration in the country’s security situation, as well as by the failure of international diplomacy to find solutions.
Mutuality as a Call, Covenant and Clothesline by Glory E. Dharmaraj
04/01/2010 As church leaders convene in a centennial mission gathering this summer, mission grows at the margins of society.
Participating in God’s Mission: A Gift and a Responsibility by Elizabeth S. Tapia
04/01/2010 What does it mean to do mission in an era of global recession, ecological destruction, increasing violence, wealth and poverty, obesity and malnutrition, racial and gender injustice, war-on-terror-driven militarization and a diminishing sense of security?
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