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50 years a Traveling Preacher

Anita Hahn, Northern Waters District, ends six years of fixing appointments.

The Rev. John Harnish talks about his experience as an ordained elder and shares six trends in the United Methodist appointive system emerging over the past 50 years.

‘Girls, Jesus is calling YOU!’

Jesus respected women and girls.

In a video message, Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño shares some lessons she has learned about the value of women in helping heal the world. She encourages girls everywhere to claim… Continue Reading ‘Girls, Jesus is calling YOU!’

UMCOR is not all disaster anymore

Averting a hunger disaster with chickens

This UMCOR-funded project provides chicks to help women and girls generate income in an area with drought and dying crops. Fight disaster before it happens. UMCOR Sunday is March 22.

Water champions gather in Michigan

Clean water from the pump

A Water Justice Summit held in Detroit, January 24-25, 2020, will draw participants from around the world with the goal of uniting to protect God’s gift of clean water.

UMC ratifies women’s equality amendment

Women's equality advocates celebrate

The United Methodist Church has changed its Constitution to affirm equality and assert that women are not second class citizens in the family of God.

Liberia’s UMW turn love into action

Liberian United Methodist Women demonstrate against violence to women.

The United Methodist Women in Liberia staged a peaceful demonstration against the growing wave of violence against women and girls. 

Equal on paper, unequal in life

Balance

Dawn Wiggins Hare asks, “Do you share and live the message of Christ that women and men are created equally in the image of God?”

Palestinian women plant gardens

UMCOR provides assistance for RWDS, one of the most influential women’s organizations in Palestine.

Thoughts on sexual harassment

How we talk matters. “It starts with not calling us ‘girls,’” says the Rev. Melanie Lee Carey.

Empowering women in Liberia

Liberia’s bishop Samuel Quire Jr. encourages congregations to show women ‘they are partners in everything we do.”

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