United Methodist Women members need tools to do God's work; our goal is to provide a wide variety of resources ranging from web content, to print materials, to learning experiences and opportunities to serve.
Children's artwork is featured each week in this resource. Focus your prayers on mission projects and justice issues with daily lectionary readings, reflections and witness from mission personnel. Daily entries also inlcude holidays, birthdays of people in mission and space to plan your busy schedule.
Stories, metaphors and fresh perspectives explore how mutuality could direct and energize mission engagement during changing times and shifting landscapes. Biblical and theological insights speak to the "why" of mutuality. The book invites us to commit to mutuality, foster shared gifts and integrate mission from the margins. This is an excellent resource for everyone who is interested in mission engagement.
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The United Methodist Women Kitchen is one of those places where we organize to ensure that all are fed, both literally and figuratively. How are you organizing locally to make things happen in a new way? Resources will help you rethink your outreach and "cook up" fresh ideas.
The Reading Program encourages members to think critically about current issues through an annual selection of member-reviewed books. It offers an excellent opportunity to deepen your spirituality and to broaden your understanding of our mission work.
Mission u is an opportunity to study current issues impacting society based on recent mission study topics.
Mission u is open to members and non-members of United Methodist Women.
Mutuality in Mission
The changing landscape of mission, along with the changing times, demands new and innovative ways of being in mission. Mission is no longer mono-directional. It is multi-directional, poly-phonic, trans-cultural and trans-national.
Communicating Faith in the 21st Century
For too long the voice of people of faith has been hidden, drowned out or made altogether silent in the public media.
Leaving Our Legacy
Skills and knowledge for examining our financial situation in light of our Christian values and gaining a renewed enthusiasm for supporting the mission and ministry of United Methodist Women.
Section on Ministry Opportunities
The Section on Ministry Opportunities’ work is designed to support international ministries and national mission organizations and to administer the Office of Deaconess and Home Missioner. The collaboration of these offices enables mission across the globe by providing resources, vocation and partnership opportunities.
Section on Ministry Opportunities Brochure
Mission Resource Managers
Fall/Winter 2010-2011 Reading Program Give Away Consignment Order Form
When possible, use the e-store —umwmissionresources.org — to place all of your orders, and United Methodist Women will not be billed processing fees.
Brenda Thompson, United Methodist Women Reading Program Specialist, is available to help you with ordering, feedback, and general questions. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting mission resources to members is what you do, and we are your partner, making more mission possible for women, children and youth down the street and around the world.
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Checks can be made out to "United Methodist Women."
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