Advocacy for Women’s Concerns and Beyond

7 mins read

Even as a life-long Presbyterian, I knew very little about the Advocacy Committee for Women’s Concerns until I joined the committee in 2010. I had read some of the Committee’s Advice and Counsel memoranda speaking to pertinent General Assembly Overtures and Resolutions, but I was unaware of its mission, purpose,

Author Rachel Murr

I Still Believe in the Church

15 mins read

by Rachel Murr The benefits of involvement in faith communities have been well documented.  Around the world, those involved in faith communities report better health, more energy, and greater social connectedness.  They have improved outcomes in fighting disease and a reduced risk of depression.  Spirituality has been associated with improved

holly hallman

I Am an Eco-Feminist

14 mins read

Ecofeminism: The term “describes movements and philosophies that link feminism with ecology. Ecofeminism connects the exploitation and domination of women with that of the environment, and argues that there is a connection between women and nature that comes from their shared history of oppression by a patriarchal Western society.” (Wikipedia)

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