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Escobar joins social-justice agency

Will lead immigration-reform grassroots organizing

Will advocate denomination’s policy positions on Capitol Hill, communicate to grassroots teams, congregations. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on August 25, 2014

Young people advocate for global health

Great Plains Micah Corps delivers 200 letters to senators

Personal letters ask for continued federal government support for critical foreign assistance programs fighting diseases. read more »

by the Rev. Clayton Childers
on August 25, 2014

Moral Week of Action

North Carolina, 12 other states stage protests

State capitols target of demonstrators concerned about ongoing extremist legislative attack on poor people, minorities. read more »

August 25, 2014

Standing on the side of love

Movement gaining momentum to stop deportations

4 times as many people arrested July 31 as faith community raises moral voice on behalf of human rights for immigrants. read more »

by C. Sol Cotto
on August 15, 2014

Young United Methodists adopt petitions for General Conference

Overwhelmingly approve unity statement

Petition concerns include socially responsible investing, environment, human sexuality. read more »

August 15, 2014

A just calling found at Christ’s table

A reflection on 1 Kings 19:9-18, Matthew 14:26-33

God calls us into sometimes uncomfortable vocations, and do we have the will to ask for more? read more »

by Savannah Ponder
on August 15, 2014

Why I switched to CVS

I recently switched pharmacies. I decided to cast my lot with CVS – despite my upbringing. You see, my grandmom, Mimi, was a Walgreens shopper from way back. I have many fond memories of going there as child. “Need to stop at Walgreens” often meant, “Clayton&rsquo... read more »

Posted by The Rev. Clayton Childers on August 15, 2014

112 arrested at White House

United Methodist bishops, other faith leaders decry deportations

Hundreds of demonstrators tell President Obama to stop inhumane immigration-enforcement policies read more »

by the Rev. Erik Alsgaard
on August 07, 2014

A respite along the way to work

A Scotch pine in Lower Senate Park provides inspiration, place to meditate

Chief Financial Officer appreciates rare opportunity to have his career of choice and be active in front lines of social justice simultaneously. read more »

by Terry Wiggin
on August 07, 2014

United Methodist advocacy succeeds

High-school equivalency bill now S.C. law

Bill makes taking high-school equivalency test fairer, more accessible across Palmetto State. read more »

by Jessica Connor
on August 07, 2014

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