Monthly Archives: January 2015

Bright Lights (January 2015)

United Methodist Women Huddle to Beat Human Trafficking The Bryan Times in Bryan, Ohio, shares how people can join United Methodist Women’s Intercept Human Trafficking campaign. Stuffed Monkey Collection to Brighten Lives of Kids in Need United Methodist Women in … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (January 2014)

Happy new year! The Christ child has come and with him a cry, a mandate, to change to world. This month we experience the Epiphany—Jesus is the son of God! Living up to Christ’s charge is our past and our future as United Methodist Women. The mandate of … Continue reading

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From the President (January 2015)

Not Just a Pew Sitter Moving into 2015 we must be ready more than ever to move outside of the walls of our churches and meeting rooms. In our spiritual journeys we will be tested and tried, but we all know God doesn’t put … Continue reading

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More About Moore

United Methodist Women National Mission Institution Moore Community House is featured in our January 2015 issue in the story “A Head Start.” Moore provides high quality, affordable child care in an economically depressed area. In 2014 Moore celebrated 90 years of … Continue reading

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From the Editor (January 2015)

Legacy. I’ve been following a Public Broadcasting System program featuring Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. taking various celebrities on a journey into their ancestry. In Finding Your Roots, Mr. Gates brings together family stories, the work of other historians, genealogical experts and even geneticists to … Continue reading

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