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The Witness of Women Who Will Leave
No Child Behind
The director of the Children's Defense Fund suggests hands-on,
practical ways we can seek justice on behalf of children.
--Marian Wright Edelman
Voices of Resistance
Women Overcoming Violence
While women are never the central players in initiating warfare,
women often carry the burden of helping their families survive
and rebuild their shattered lives.
Tales of child workers in the United States and abroad-the harsh
realities and hope-filled future.
--Pat Chapman and Melanie Hardison
A Sacred Duty-
Creating a World Fit for Children
A personal report from the United Nations Special
Session on Children.
A Gift of Time and Space
A Denver congregation provides a safe and supervised location
for former prison inmates to have supervised visits with their
--Amy Starr Redwine
As for Me and My Household
The inspiring story of an indigenous church leader whose
training and encouragement came from a PC(USA) mission endeavor.
--Annie Wu King
Lost in Traffick
Continued coverage of the 2002 PW Global Exchange to East and
West Africa looks at the hidden plight of Ghana's children sold
--Anna H. Bedford
Do We Really Have to Believe That?
The final article in a three-part series based on the Horizons
Bible study, No Longer Strangers: A Study of the Letter to
the Ephesians, offers a Reformed approach to some of the
more difficult texts in the Bible.
--W. Eugene March
Listening to the Children
Dispatch from Forbearance Presbyterian
One Last Thing Before You Go
Out of the Whirlwind
Jesus' Grand Intrusion
--Eugenia A. Gamble
News and Information about Presbyterian Women and the Presbyterian
School Lunches-Another Helping
Loss of Innocence
Together in Mission
A Sense of Belonging
No Longer a Stranger
--Jane Parker Huber
Churchwide Gathering of
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