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9/25/2020: Have you ever attended a United Methodist Women workshop and realized that you have to sharpen your listening skills? That's what happened to Julieta in Mozambique. 
9/21/2020: Join the 2020 Virtual Just Energy Summit, hosted by the Partnership for Southern Equity, Sept. 28- Oct 2. Take advantage of this special opportunity to expand your skills for advancing just energy for all with one of the leading energy equity organizations in the U.S.
9/18/2020: Have you ever felt encouraged to advocate for children during a United Methodist Women event? That’s what happened to Marcia in Mozambique. 
9/16/2020: The United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women invite you to nominate yourself or someone else to volunteer for the global Methodist 2020/2021 COP26 Project.
9/12/2020: When deaconesses and home missioners answer God’s call to serve in ministries of love, justice and service, they commit to vocations that enable them to bring the love of Jesus Christ to the world.
9/12/2020: To love our neighbor—and ourselves—means more than just providing care and comfort in times of suffering; to love our neighbor as ourselves we must change the systems that do harm in the first place.
9/12/2020: Currently we’re dealing with change on a large scale. We’ve missed family events. We cannot be present at bedsides in the ways we long to be. We cannot sing together inside our church buildings. We have had to bend from our traditions. 
9/12/2020: 최근에 저는 지붕 위의 바이올린(Fiddler on the Roof)이 새로운 무대에서 이디시(Yiddish)어로 공연되는 것을 보았는데, 그것은 1905년 러시아의 아나테프카(Anatevka)에서 유대인들이 모여 살던 작은 마을인 슈테틀(shtetl) 사람들이 직면했던 민족적/종교적 긴장을 충분히 이해할 수 있게 해주었습니다.
9/12/2020: Recientemente vi una nueva puesta en escena de la obra de teatro El Violinista en el Tejado hablada en yídish, que refleja claramente la tensión étnica/religiosa que enfrentó la gente del pequeño poblado ruso de Anatevka, en 1905 (mil novecientos cinco).
9/11/2020: The second round of the United Methodist Women-sponsored Training for Transformation course in Maputo, Mozambique included more practical processes, so that the United Methodist Women local team members can put the new concepts into practice.
9/4/2020: United Methodist church women sustain families, churches and communities through their small businesses during challenging economic times. 
9/4/2020: The United Methodist Women Board of Directors General Conference task force makes the following recommendations as principles to support for General Conference 2021.
9/4/2020: Several members of United Methodist Women recently testified and urged the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to set stronger National Ambient Air Quality Standards for air pollution.
9/2/2020: United Methodist Women-supported national mission institutions adapt quickly and creatively to meet community needs during the global health crisis.
8/28/2020: The pandemic’s effects upon households like Rose Awinja's have been unprecedented, turning lives upside down and increasing anxiety and hopelessness.