Monthly Archives: November 2016

How to Use This Issue (November 2016)

“So Much Trouble in the World” is the title of a song by reggae great Bob Marley. Lately, it has been playing in my head a lot. That’s because every time I hear a tragic news report and think, “What … Continue reading

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As Native American Heritage Month closes and Advent begins, learn more about the Doctrine of Discovery with the documentary “The Doctrine of Discovery: In the Name of Christ.” This 43-minute film features the history of the Doctrine of Discovery and … Continue reading

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From the President (November 2016)

Face to Our Faith And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more … Continue reading

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From the Editor (November 2016)

In addition to stories of the great work of and supported by United Methodist Women, the section introductions in this issue include excerpts from “Remembering the Sand Creek Massacre: A Historical Review of Methodist Involvement, Influence and Response,” a report … Continue reading

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Bright Lights (October 2016)

Business and Professional Women Selects Honoree Jane Swickard, local United Methodist Women president at Salem United Methodist Church in Newton, Kansas, named Woman of the Year by Newton Business and Professional Women Organization. Walk for Homeless Held in Rehoboth United … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (October 2016)

Often people think that affecting change in the world requires grand gestures. But a photo that went viral on the Internet recently reminded me of how simple acts of kindness can also spark change. In the photo, Florida State University … Continue reading

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