12/2/2016: The dawn of salvation did not begin and end with the birth of Jesus thousands of years ago. The light of salvation is still breaking into the darkness of our lives and that of the world.
12/2/2016: United Methodist Women supports organizations that are promoting maternal health in their communities. Find out how you can help.
12/1/2016: AIDS isn’t going away any time soon, despite advances in lifesaving antiretroviral treatment for those who can access the drugs. Indeed, the disease is rebounding in some populations.
12/1/2016: United Methodist Women calls for sound stewardship of the earth and environmentally friendly lifestyles that preserve creation for the benefit of present and future generations.
11/30/2016: As we watch and wait during this Advent season, may we remember this covenant of peace and the tremendous price God paid for us.
11/30/2016: We can all #standwithstandingrock from our own phones. Join the United Methodist and interfaith call to #defendthesacred.
11/29/2016: The rainbow is like a Post-it note pointed towards God as a reminder of His covenant and as we look at the rainbow, remember we are a faith community required to be a blessing to each other.
11/28/2016: At this season of Advent, when we are surrounded by overwhelming bad news, personal pain and loss, hope in our communities seems to be found in newer furniture, brighter lights and seasonal acts of charity.
11/27/2016: The Book of Isaiah tells about vision, a prophecy, hope and the destiny of nations and peoples in their relationship with God.
11/23/2016: A United Methodist Women member visits the water protectors at Standing Rock.
11/21/2016: Every year, United Methodist Women joins the 16 Days of Activism Campaign. This year's topic is making education safe for all.
11/21/2016: While United Methodists from across the U.S. have protested the Dakota Access Pipeline, Wespath, the denomination’s pension board, has engaged in its own form of advocacy.
11/13/2016: Olson Urges Members to 'Lead With Kindness' in post-Election Statement at Leadership Development Days
11/8/2016: United Methodist Women member Betty Stuckert helps her church put faith, hope and love into action through community service.
11/7/2016: In the United States, hunger and poverty go hand in hand. The outcome is not only a health epidemic, but a culture of inequality.