Category Archives: Economic justice

More About Moore

United Methodist Women National Mission Institution Moore Community House is featured in our January 2015 issue in the story “A Head Start.” Moore provides high quality, affordable child care in an economically depressed area. In 2014 Moore celebrated 90 years of … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (October 2014)

But he would withdraw to deserted places and pray. Luke 5:16 This issue of response calls us to sustain God’s creation—which includes ourselves. When was the last time you allowed yourself to be awed by something you didn’t understand? When was the last time you said farewell … Continue reading

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Congo Week: October 19-25

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a country rich with natural resources and human potential, yet both are being lost in an ongoing conflict to control the country’s natural wealth. War and related humanitarian crisis has killed more than 5 … Continue reading

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From the Editor (September 2014)

September opens with Labor Day, the first Monday of the month, in a historic celebration of U.S. workers and their struggle for just pay and working conditions, the right to organize and respect in the marketplace. The first Labor Day was a workers parade … Continue reading

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This Is Beecher Terrace

At Assembly 2014, thousands of United Methodist Women members marched in solidarity with the Louisville, Ky., community to call for economic  justice. In Louisville, like in many cities and towns throughout the United States, the line that divides the haves and … Continue reading

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