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4/16/2018: A limited number of one-day registrations are available for United Methodist Women’s “The Power of Bold” 2018 quadrennial Assembly at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, May 18-20.
4/13/2018: Download new resources to study, reflect and take action with your United Methodist Women group. Then join the Earth Day Sunday Facebook event to connect with others.
4/13/2018: United Methodist Women's Legacy Fund Endowment Campaign goal is $60 million. The fund will undergird United Methodist Women to carry forward our mission of service and advocacy with women, children and youth for the next 150 years.
4/11/2018: Elderly Americans are victims of today’s growing inequality. Income inequality is rising and the wage gap is widening for American workers, especially senior citizens.
4/11/2018: As Christians, we have a deep responsibility to love what (and who) God loves.
4/11/2018: Wholeness includes living with purpose. It requires being out in the world.
4/11/2018: The United Methodist Women-supported Tapepora Methodist Mission, or Missao Tapepora, has been a part of the indigenous community in Dourados, Brazil, for 40 years.
4/11/2018: United Methodist Women spiritual growth study author Jessica Stonecypher shares her journey toward Embracing Wholeness.
4/11/2018: Como cristianas, tenemos una gran responsabilidad de amar lo que (y a quién) ama Dios.
4/10/2018: Climate justice, one of United Methodist Women’s current mission priorities, has long been a legacy of United Methodist Women.
3/31/2018: Mary remains. She not only shows up; she stays put. She is as unstoppable as the tears she is shedding. And in being present even in her grief she becomes the receiver of the news of Jesus’ resurrection at the dawn of a new time.
3/30/2018: Yes, the way we say things is important. But why does there only seem to be one, polite way to voice pain?
3/28/2018: A Study Guide on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail."
3/28/2018: Racial justice connects with all four of United Methodist Women's priority areas: economic inequality; criminalization of communities of color; climate justice; and maternal and child health. Here are resources to learn, reflect and act on these core priorities using a racial justice lens.
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