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Finding Hope Through a Scholarship

A scholarship from United Women in Faith makes Maria Kabangu’s dream of a career in agribusiness a reality. As an incoming student at Africa …

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2022-23 Program Resource: Mosaic of Faith

Purchase a physical or digital version of the Resource and join our digital community. We are all part of God’s story! The 2022-23 Program …

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Edwina C. Togba, 39, studies. She is a student at the United Methodist University of Liberia, which she attends with support from a scholarship from United Women in Faith.  

July/Aug. response: United Women in Faith International Ministries

Our international work empowers women and youth to find local solutions and make positive, measurable change in their communities. by Betty Gittens and Tatiana …

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Emily Jones, United Women in Faith executive for racial justice, speaks at Assembly in Orlando, Florid, May 2022.

Moving beyond talking about racial justice to funding the leaders making it possible

Read the Op-Ed on philanthropynewsdigest.org written by Emily Jones, United Women in Faith’s executive for racial justice.

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Harriet Jane Olson gives the keynote address during the closing worship service during Assembly 2022 in Orlando.

July/Aug. response: Responsively Yours

Responsively Yours: Open to the Movement of God Chances are, if you’re reading this, you’ve been inspired by your faith, felt the Spirit calling …

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United Women in Faith Celebrates Unveiling of Mary McLeod Bethune Statue in Capitol

United Women in Faith celebrates the honoring of one of our great foremothers Mary McLeod Bethune with a newly unveiled statue in the Capitol, …

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A Philosophy Based on the Good

Profile of an Africa University Scholar: Geovania Goncalves Geovania Da Graca Goncalves, 23, will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Africa …

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‘Ainise ‘Isama’u

July/Aug. response: The Real Deal

‘Ainise ‘Isama’u once doubted her church’s women’s organization. Now she is its national president. by Paul Jeffrey When ‘Ainise ‘Isama’u was first invited to …

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Harriett Jane Olson

May/June response: Responsively Yours

Responsively Yours: Transforming Through Learning by Harriett Jane Olson I just love learning — most of the time, that is. I love the feeling …

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Theressa Hoover Community Service and Global Citizenship Award

Calling young women who want to travel and study! United Women in Faith is accepting applications for the Theressa Hoover Community Service and Global …

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