Monthly Archives: July 2014

Bright Lights (July 2014)

Mission u “Good Job, Good Job” The West Ohio Conference hosts successful Mission u. Fair Haven: Gardeners Share Harvest United Methodist Women at the United Methodist Church of Red Bank in Red Bank, New Jersey, grow vegetables in a community … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (July/August 2014)

But he answered them, “You give them something to eat.” Mark 6:37 Assembly 2014 may be over, but the call of Assembly lives on. We have been tasked to feed the 5,000. We have been asked to Make It Happen. If you made it to Assembly 2014, … Continue reading

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Relishing a Raisin.

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Marching for Economic Justice in Louisville, Ky. during Assembly 2014 Consecrating 26 new deaconesses at Assembly 2014 Every four years thousands of women gather at United Methodist Women’s Assembly. They come to learn, to…

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Assembly 2014: Ubuntu Day of Service

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Correction (May 2014)

The r-list in the printed May 2014 issue of response included errors. Below are the correct figures. response regrets the errors. r-list: May 2014 303,858,000 U.S. civilian population. Of this, about 56.7 million (18.7 percent) live with a disability. 241,682,000 U.S. civilian … Continue reading

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From the President (July/August 2014)

The Promise We Keep The summer months have been very busy. I’m sure many of you are attending, teaching or assisting at your Mission u and gaining new insights from our mission studies. Mission u is a wonderful time of fellowship with new friends, … Continue reading

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This Is Beecher Terrace

At Assembly 2014, thousands of United Methodist Women members marched in solidarity with the Louisville, Ky., community to call for economic  justice. In Louisville, like in many cities and towns throughout the United States, the line that divides the haves and … Continue reading

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