Stories on where your money goes from the official magazine of United Methodist Women, Response.
From Victim to Survivor
01/01/2013 Once-trafficked women get a new start at the Mission Giving-supported Batis Center for Women in the Philippines.
Hope Is Born in Bethlehem Centers
12/01/2012 Bethlehem Centers is not only important for the community of North Nashville; it’s an important part of U.S. race relations history. It was founded in 1894 when Sallie Hill Sawyer, a black woman, and Estelle Haskins, who was white, joined forces to start a settlement house for women and children.
New Challenges in Nome
11/01/2012 United Methodist Women, whose foremothers were in ministry in Nome shortly after the first gold rush, is still working to support life-giving ministries in the community eleven decades later.
HIV's Unexpected Legacies
10/01/2012 Activists fighting the AIDS epidemic for 30 years share lessons about social justice, gender equality, human rights and solidarity.
Divide and Conquer
09/01/2012 Employers stoke racial rifts for economic gain.
An Act of Repentance
07/01/2012 Delegates to General Conference 2012 used United Methodist Women resources to prepare for a service of atonement for a 1864 massacre native Americans; beyond repentance for past wrongs in the US, the service denounced modern-day genocidal policies and actions against indigenous people around the world.
Young Asian Women Prepare to Lead
06/01/2012 Scranton Women's Leadership Center in Seoul and Wesley Center in Tokyo co-sponsor training for Asian women in the Philippines.
The Global Land Grab
05/01/2012 Around the world impoverished peoples are fighting a foreign rush for wealth and control that threatens to strip them of land, food and water.
No Longer Citizens
04/01/2012 Dominican Republic turns Haitian immigrants into stateless people.
Standing With the Poor
03/09/2012 Neighborhood Center is strategically located to serve an ever-changing and diverse community in Camden, N.J.