Category Archives: Environment

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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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Bright Lights (July/August 2016)

Bluff Park United Methodist Church Holds Climate Justice Forum The United Methodist Women group at Bluff Park United Methodist Church in Hoover, Alabama, on Monday is holding a public forum on the topic of climate justice. Christ United Methodist Church … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (April 2016)

When my kids were little, one of our favorite story collections was Frog and Toad. In one story, Toad receives seeds from Frog and is surprised when they don’t immediately grow. Frog tells Toad, “Leave them alone for a few … Continue reading

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From the President (April 2016)

Let’s Do Our Part And when they had eaten their fill, he told his disciples, “Gather up the leftover fragments, that nothing may be lost.” John 6:12 (ESV) One of my lines at Assembly 2014 in Louisville, Kentucky, was to … Continue reading

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From the Editor (April 2016)

This issue of response focuses on climate justice and supplements the 2016 United Methodist Women mission study Climate Justice: A Call to Hope and Action edited by Pat Watkins. In the cold of winter you’ve likely heard someone joke, “Where’s … Continue reading

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How to Use This Issue (June 2015)

June is my favorite month—a time for weddings, my anniversary, the last day of school, graduation and the first day of summer camp. It is also a special time for a favorite new hobby: I take photographs of flowers in nearby Riverside Park. The most eye-popping beautiful weekend of the … Continue reading

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Nepal Photo Essay

The March issue of response features a photo essay by Nile Sprague on our partnership with United Mission to Nepal. Nile has won a Wilbur Award for this personal photo essay from Nepal! Congrats, Nile!

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