Monthly Archives: December 2014

Bright Lights (December 2014)

Niwot Methodist Women Make a Difference for Atwood Shelter Families United Methodist Women in Niwot, Colorado, “adopt” an apartment at Emergency Family Assistance Associationof Boulder and Broomfield County. Retreat Focuses on Many Hats Members Wear Hats, Hats, Hats” was the theme … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (December 2014)

The term “Advent” comes from the Latin “Adventus,” meaning “arrival.” For Christians, Advent is a time of anticipation and preparation for the arrival of Christ. This year Advent begins Sunday Nov. 30 and lasts until Christmas Eve. Unlike the retail … Continue reading

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From the President (December 2014)

One my favorite places to visit whenever I’m in New York at our headquarters is the office of Brenda Thompson, United Methodist Women Reading Program specialist. Her office is a place ever growing with books—on shelves, on tables and even on the floor—as she works year-round … Continue reading

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Trash Trees for Christmas

Sneak peak! The January issue will feature a story on how Assembly 2014 inspired and encouraged a United Methodist Women member at the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew to continue her environmental stewardship work. Included in the article is a “recipe” … Continue reading

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From the Editor (December 2014)

It’s Advent, the time of year that we prepare not only to celebrate Christ’s birth but also for Christ coming anew into our hearts and our troubled world. While Christmas is a time of great joy, Advent’s more solemn observances—reading Scripture, reflecting our life … Continue reading

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