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From the Editor (November 2015)

“The necessity of a periodical to represent this missionary work was soon discussed. Some feared it might not be sustained; but friendly hands were ready to support it, among the rest Mr. Lewis Flanders, who offered to aid the experiment … Continue reading

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From the President (April 2015)

Say What? I have been known to have excellent hearing. Sometimes I can smile and walk away from conversations I wasn’t meant to hear, but other times my heart tells me to share some faithful insight. Some might call it being “nosy,” but I … Continue reading

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From the Editor (April 2015)

United Methodist Women foremothers learned early on that education was going to be a key factor if they were to be effective in answering God’s call to mission with women, children and youth. Their zeal for mission was certain, but it was soon … Continue reading

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From the President (March 2015)

I often wonder why God called United Methodist Women to be in mission with women, children and youth, the most vulnerable among us, “the least of these.” Sometimes you can put a lot of energy into a program that receives minimal support. I’m here to … Continue reading

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From the Editor (January 2015)

Legacy. I’ve been following a Public Broadcasting System program featuring Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. taking various celebrities on a journey into their ancestry. In Finding Your Roots, Mr. Gates brings together family stories, the work of other historians, genealogical experts and even geneticists to … Continue reading

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