Monthly Archives: May 2018

Bright Lights (May 2018)

United Methodist Women continue tradition of Election Day luncheons United Methodist Women at Grace United Methodist Church in Sykesville, Pennsylvania, host Election Day luncheon. Methodist women from around the globe descend on Columbus, hoping to leave lasting impact United Methodist … Continue reading

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How To Use This Issue (May 2018)

One of our mission study focuses this year is money. Exploring how we relate to money personally, communally and in the context of our faith is beneficial for the work that we do. We’ve excerpted passages from our study book … Continue reading

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From the President (May 2018)

Matching Passions With Resources We are inviting you to invest yourself through the resources that God has given you—your energy, your prayers and your money—in this work to which God has called us. —Henry Nouwin, A Spirituality of Fundraising I … Continue reading

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From the Editor (May 2018)

I recently listened to a podcast on food during the Great Depression. It was a lecture from Iowa State University professor Pamela Riney-Kehrberg (part of C-Span’s Lectures in History series). Two points stuck with me most: Widespread starvation wasn’t caused … Continue reading

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Bright Lights (April 2018)

UMC Women’s groups from 3 churches join for charity thrift sale United Methodist Women from three Gainesville, Georgia, area United Methodist churches join forces for a multichurch thrift sale. A Green Thumb United Methodist Women member Alene Hamilton is celebrated … Continue reading

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