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New resource: Creating Change Together

January 11, 2019

As United Methodists, we recognize “our commitment to become faithful witnesses to the gospel, not alone to the ends of the earth, but also to the depths of our common life and work.” (Social Principles, Preamble)

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Introductions: Jesse St. Clair

December 21, 2018

We welcome Jesse St. Clair as a Wesley Theological Seminary intern! Learn about her interest in serving the United Methodist Church outside of the congregational setting as she introduces her self and why she is serving with us.

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Christ is waiting for us.

December 21, 2018

The paradox of all this waiting for the Christ child is that we know how the story ends.

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Pregnancy and domestic violence

December 18, 2018

In an average day, 28,800 people in the United States experience domestic violence.

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The change of seasons and mental health.

December 15, 2018

Jesse St. Clair offers a reflection that reminds us of the holy task of taking care of ourselves and invites us to think about mental health and wholeness.  

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Words That Heal

December 12, 2018

"This is a deeply divided world."

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Male partner reproductive coercion

December 7, 2018

Male partner reproductive coercion is a male partner’s attempts to maintain control in the relationship through actions related to reproductive health.

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Sacred Worth Books

December 4, 2018

Reading is fundamental.

Children's books

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Apply today to be a Ethnic Young Adult intern for summer 2019

December 3, 2018

Iris Gadsden was an Ethnic Young Adult (EYA) intern in the summer of 2017. She shares her experience as we begin to recruit applicants for summer 2019.

Iris Gadsden (EYA 2017)

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Call for all churches to stand in solidarity with migrants and those who aid them

November 28, 2018

General Secretary Susan Henry-Crowe lifts up statements from The United Methodist Church following the arrest of Samuel Oliver-Bruno, a migrant, husband and father to a U.S.-citizen, who had been living in sanctuary at CityWell United Methodist Church.