Monthly Archives: February 2016

More From Paul Jeffrey

  Did you know response senior correspondent Paul Jeffrey has a blog? Well, now you do! Visit it at to hear even more from Paul and follow his adventures around the world (and let him know what you think).

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Bright Lights (February 2016)

The Strawberry Festival to Return for Its 18th Year United Methodist Women at Lighthouse United Methodist Church in Boca Grande, Florida, host annual Strawberry Festival. Los Alamos Women Fight Against Human Trafficking United Methodist Women of First United Methodist Church … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (February 2016)

“The map is not the territory.” This quote reminds me that while maps, like the ones in this issue, can be seen, there is more to a place and a person than meets the eye. We use our sense of … Continue reading

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From the President (February 2016)

Yes I Do Matter For the Lord is righteous, he loves justice; the upright will see his face. Psalm 11:7 (NIV) Often we see what the world wants us to see through the lens of mass media. The “truth” presented … Continue reading

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Pauli Murray: Intersectional Trailblazer

I’ve got another podcast for you, this time on Pauli Murray, an important woman not only in United Methodist Women history but U.S. history, featured in the June 2015 issue of response. This podcast, from Stuff Mom Never Told You, … Continue reading

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From the Editor (February 2016)

This issue is our bi-yearly Mission Maps issue, showing where United Methodist Women is putting faith, hope and love into action around the world. Where our hands can’t reach, our hearts and financial giving can, making our creative, supportive community … Continue reading

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