Monthly Archives: February 2015

Bright Lights (February 2015)

Covered in Chocolat’ United Methodist Women at Destin United Methodist Church in Destin, Florida, host 12 annual Chocolat’ Fare. Annual ‘Monkey Love’ Drive in Shelton Nets 1,800 Monkeys for Children United Methodist Women in Connecticut crochet monkeys to help support successful … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (February 2015)

This issue goes to print not long after two grand juries chose not to send police officers Darren Wilson or Daniel Pantaleo to trial for killing unarmed black men. Protesters across the country continue to rally not just in memory of Michael Brown and Eric Garner but for the worth … Continue reading

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From the President (February 2015)

February might be the shortest month of the year, but it’s filled with meaningful historical observances and opportunities for mission action. I can think of three ways of celebrating this month as United Methodist Women works for justice. First, this issue of response arrives as … Continue reading

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From the Editor (February 2015)

Stories of people losing their faith in God in the face of an unbearable tragedy are painful to hear but really are not all that unusual. That’s why I was intrigued by Holly Burkhalter’s Good God, Lousy World and Me: The Improbable Journey … Continue reading

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