Author Archives: Julia Chance

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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How To Use This Issue (April 2018)

April 4 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis, Tennessee. We all know about that tragic day either because we remember it or learned about it at some point. But let’s … Continue reading

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How To Use This Issue (March 2018)

March is Women’s History Month, a time for observing and commemorating the vital role women play in society. As United Methodist Women members, we’ve played a vital role in the lives of women, children and youth since our inception. Share … Continue reading

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How To Use This Issue (February 2018)

When I noticed that Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day this year, my initial thought was, oh well, no chocolates for me since I give up sweets up for Lent. How ironic that the first day of an observance of … Continue reading

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How To Use This Issue (January 2018)

  Happy New Year! It’s a particularly busy time for United Methodist Women as we prepare for Assembly, May 18 -20, in Columbus, Ohio. Assembly is an opportunity for all members to come together to network, worship and participate in … Continue reading

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How To Use This Issue (December 2017)

As I write this column, the tragic events of Charlottesville, Virginia, are still fresh on the minds of many. Hate-based strife seems to occur more frequently nowadays. It’s a sad state of affairs, but it makes our fight for a … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue

  Discovery. Innovation. Tradition. Steadfastness. These words describe innumerable ways in which United Methodist Women members work to change the world. They also speak specifically to the efforts highlighted in this month’s issue. Randie Clawson discovered United Methodist Women after … Continue reading

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