Substance abuse, gambling addiction in faith communities will be addressed
Indianapolis workshop will assist in preparing resources that enable responding to needs of people with or at risk for alcohol, drug or gambling problems. read more »
June 18 conference call on addictions
Month is excellent opportunity to promote awareness of addiction and recovery issues for your congregation. read more »
Conference call will address how to advocate for children
DeMarco, Hysell will be featured presenters on John 10:10 Healthcare Challenge call. read more »
United Methodist connection to movie runs deep
Co-producer chose to shoot several scenes for movie at her childhood United Methodist church in Tulsa, Okla. read more »
"Public Health, State Alcohol Pricing Policies, & the Dismantling of the 21st Amendment: A Legal Analysis," is by by Elyse Grossman and James Mosher. It appeared in the Michigan State University Journal of Medicine & Law... read more »
PowerPoint presentation by James Mosher, a leading scholar in the field of alcohol policy and the law. He is recognized internationally for his groundbreaking work on policy approaches to the prevention of alcohol problems. His pioneering work in alcohol policy has brought him international acclaim. His expertise spans numerous topics,... read more »
FaithLink downloadable study resource connects faith with life
March 17 issue focuses on hazards of abusing drugs and what you can do to help communities, families, and individuals affected by this problem. read more »
Immigration reform, reducing gun violence, ‘moral federal budget,’ combating human trafficking targeted
Priorities support Christian social concerns and represent areas to which the faith community can bring a unique voice to the legislative process. read more »
(2008- 103 minutes- PG 13) A single African-American mother struggles to clear her name after being wrongly accused and arrested for dealing drugs in an impoverished town in Texas.
(2012- 108 minutes- unrated) From the dealer to the narcotics officer, the inmate to the federal judge, a penetrating look inside America's criminal justice system, revealing the profound human rights implications of U.S. drug policy.