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Churches called to address and advocate for Missing and Murdered Native American Girls and Women
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Churches called to address and advocate for Missing and Murdered Native American Girls and Women Bishop LaTrelle Easterling and the Baltimore- Washington Conference Committee on Native American Ministries are calling on United Methodists to support legislation that will solve the thousands of...

Racism in Living Color
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Musings on the Eve of March: Bible Study Zoom Bombed on the Last Day of Black History Month. Racism is alive in living Color By Rev. Dr. Lillian C. SmithPastor, Cheverly United Methodist Church February 28, 2021 “Hmph. Hmph. Hmph,” my mother said quietly. We were sitting together...

Bishop and Senator call for meaningful justice
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Standing in virtual pulpits in churches less that a mile and half away from each other, Bishop LaTrelle Easterling and Senator Cory Booker preached on justice Jan 17. Their thoughts, delivered independently of one another, were the prelude of an historic week that held the national observance of...

Statement and Prayer in Wake of Breonna Taylor Verdict
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A Statement of Faith, Hope, and Action, rooted in 2 Corinthians 1:3-7, in response to the Breonna Taylor verdict   By Rev. Stacey Cole WilsonExecutive Minister of Justice and Service, Baltimore-Washington Conference  To the church of God that is in the Baltimore-Washington...