By Sally D. Sharpe

This publication deals a year's worthy of day-by-day devotional readings from twelve assorted girls of religion. This booklet is for girls of every age. every one day's studying incorporates a concentration Scripture verse from a mixture of translations, a quick mirrored image, and a prayer.

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I dream someday we will testify that God, who reads our minds, has reformulated the questions of our confusion and set us on an unexpected path, which is love. What do you dream? God of freedom, free me from the bondage of hate and bitterness. Amen. February 23--Love Let us love, not in word or speech, but in truth and action. (1 John 3:18 NRSV) As Christians, we often say that we love one another, yet do we really know what love means? Love awakens all the senses within us, making us very sensitive to one another's feelings and emotions.

February 23--Love Let us love, not in word or speech, but in truth and action. (1 John 3:18 NRSV) As Christians, we often say that we love one another, yet do we really know what love means? Love awakens all the senses within us, making us very sensitive to one another's feelings and emotions. ” How often do we hurt others with words and actions, not even realizing what we have done? According to a child, we don't even know what love is. God must have a sore soul since God is love. God, who is full of love, must be aching since God senses our hurts and sorrows.

According to one study, nearly one-third of clergywomen in my denomination were not serving local churches during a given year (The United Methodist Clergywomen Retention Study, 2000). Why? Discrimination, lack of acceptance, and stereotypes limiting them to certain gender roles are some of the main reasons. This presents a challenge. Even though an institution may have an egalitarian policy, if it is not put into practice, the institution and its people will suffer the dysfunctions of social inequality—which not only maintains the status quo (the traditional roles of women and men) but also limits the discovery and creative use of available human resources and talents.

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