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“On Our Journey to Justice” No Turning Back on Voting Rights

January 12, 2022

Too many Americans, particularly in communities of color, have been unjustly prevented from exercising their sacred right to vote.

The Right to Vote is Sacred

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Sacred Worth Books Highlight: A Place to Land by Barry Wittenstein & Jerry Pinkney

January 10, 2022

A beautifully told story to share with the kids in your life on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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Timeless Reflections for Christmas 2021

December 23, 2021

From the Desk of Susan Henry-Crowe: Inspirational Words from Archbishop Oscar Romero

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Finding a Renewed Sense of Grounding in Christ

December 6, 2021

From the Desk of Susan Henry-Crowe: A Prayer for Advent

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Harrison Leaves Legacy of Work in Peace and Justice

December 1, 2021

Retiring after 30 years, he represented GBCS on Capitol Hill and around the U.S, and the world.

Mark Harrison gives a thumbs-up outside the United Methodist Building on Capitol Hill. Harrison, who has worked for the General Board of Church and Society there since 1991, retired on Nov. 30. Photo by Amber Gaines.

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Internship Connects Spiritual with Professional Growth

December 1, 2021

Alumni of Ethnic Young Adult Internship Program connects that experience to her larger call to serve others and offers an introduction to the program for new applicants.

Litany during her summer in D.C. as an EYA intern.

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12 Picture Books to Celebrate Christmas & Other December Holidays

December 1, 2021

Learn about how December holidays are celebrated around the world with these 12 children's books.

Sacred Worth Books for the December Holidays

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United Methodist connection to UN report

November 24, 2021

Submission prepared by GBCS is cited by Special Rapporteur on racism

"Racism is a sin. It is contrary to God's will for love, peace, equality, justice and compassion for all. It is an affront to human dignity and a gross violation of human rights."Ecumenical Caucus Statement, 2001 World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa

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We Persist: A Reflection by Bishop Hee-Soo Jung

November 23, 2021

Wisconsin Bishop reflects after verdict in Rittenhouse case

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Reflections From COP26

November 19, 2021

The work of climate justice advocacy is light when each take a role in finding just and equitable solutions

Laura Kigweba James, GBCS staff, second from right, joins some of the members of the Climate Justice 4 All Team, (from left) Camila, Irene, James, Mollie, and Jessica at Woodlands Methodist Church in Glasgow during COP26.