Monthly Archives: May 2014

May Bright Lights

United Methodist Women offer care for caregivers United Methodist Women at McKendree United Methodist Church in King William, Va., offer Caregivers Afternoon Respite Event (CARE). “No Baby Wet Behind” United Methodist Women at Absecon United Methodist Church in Absecon, N.J., hold … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (May 2014)

This issue of response supplements the 2014 United Methodist Women mission study The Church and People with Disabilities: Awareness, Accessibility and Advocacy by Peggy A. Johnson. Have this issue of the magazine on hand when reading or teaching the mission study for additional perspectives on issues impacting people who are living with … Continue reading

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Hearing My Call, and Knowing It’s Mine

by Jeanne Martin “Volunteer coming across the yard!” I leave the security of the cement building and walk alone across the yard. I keep my eye on the abandoned baseball field—no action there except a few dandelions growing where the … Continue reading

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From the President (May 2014)

What’s In Your Hands? We have been blessed by God to be a part of an organization of women who for 145 years have used their hands to turn their faith, hope and love into action on behalf of women, children and youth. Today … Continue reading

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From the Editor (May 2014)

This issue of response focuses on United Methodist Women’s 2014-2015 mission study on The Church and People with Disabilities. The study aims to build awareness about what it means to live with a disability and to promote justice for people who do this every … Continue reading

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