March 22, 2013
- “It’s important for young women to know how much the women before them have done for the world,” says jazz trumpeter and church musician.
- “It is critical,” says Scarritt-Bennett Center director, “that our history is highlighted…so we can envision a bright future… .”
March 21, 2013
- “Women’s History Month is not only about history,” says local pastor. “It is also about me and my identity and how I claim my identity.”
- United Methodist groups find way to help Haitian staff of Methodist Guest House construct homes lost in 2010 earthquake. Fourth in a series.
March 20, 2013
- More than 4,000 from 23 African nations have graduated since United Methodists built world-class university, fulfilling a dream from 1800s.
- For rural families in two communities in Haiti, goats are the gift that keeps on giving. Third in a series.
March 19, 2013
- From working to ensure healthy moms and babies to funding small growers, Haiti Artisans for Peace makes a difference. Second in a series.
March 18, 2013
- A friend to Haiti since 2002, now missionary of a Florida church, Seung Don Kim walks with Haiti’s children. First story in a series.
- North Carolina church will still offer premarital counseling and blessings, but no weddings until denomination allows same-sex marriage.
March 15, 2013
- “Women’s History Month,” says Bishop Wallace-Padgett, “helps all of us to enlarge our vision of who, by the grace of God, we can be.”