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4/27/2015: United Methodist Women is collaborating with several organizations for 10 days of action leading up to Mother’s Day, May 10, for the Campaign to End Family Detention.
4/17/2015: We've updated our 13 Steps to Sustainability program so it can help all of us accomplish living within our fair share of the earth’s resources.
4/17/2015: Although slavery was officially abolished in the 19th century, the social, political and economic racial inequalities that slavery fostered have taken much longer to eradicate.
4/15/2015: A Liberian woman tells her story of being rejected by her husband for only having girls.
4/5/2015: United Methodist Women members and friends in every conference participate in the first annual "A Day of Giving," March 23, the organization's anniversary.
4/3/2015: As United Methodist Women members, we embrace and seek to live out the values of the Charter for Racial Justice.
4/2/2015: The story of Good Friday is a story of injustice. How do we respond to injustice in our communities, especially the impact of mass incarceration?
4/1/2015: United Methodist Women directors approved grants and scholarships, heard investment updates, and discussed strategic plans and legislation at the board of directors meeting on March 7-8 in Nashville, Tn.
4/1/2015: 이것이 바로 웨슬리언의 사역이고, 이것이 진정한 기독교인의 사역입니다.
4/1/2015: In this journey we must listen to God—and be open to an outcome that looks different from what we envisioned.
4/1/2015: En este proceso hay que escuchar a Dios y estar abiertas a un resultado que puede verse diferente de lo que habíamos imaginado.
4/1/2015: Overcoming colonial legacies to hear the voices of the poor.
4/1/2015: Despite the risks of migration, violence and poverty push families to leave Central America.
4/1/2015: Defending the environment is a dangerous vocation in Latin America.
3/31/2015: As we approach the commemoration of the Last Supper, can we include more and more people of all creeds, races and ethnicities at our table?
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