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News June 13, 2016 posted by

‘From a Church-Goer to a Christ-Follower’

By Jessica Brodie. It’s not enough to be a churchgoer. You have to be a full-fledged Christ-follower or risk losing everything in the final analysis. That was the word from Dr. Robin Dease, Hartsville District superintendent, who led a Bible study on “From a Church-Goer to a Christ-Follower” June 4 at the Southeastern Jurisdiction United Methodist Women quadrennial meeting.

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News March 25, 2015 posted by

UMW: Combatting domestic violence in SC—together

By Jessica Brodie. Sometimes, being number one or number two isn’t a win but a colossal fail—such as when you’re talking domestic violence statistics, and the stakes are women’s lives right here in South Carolina. South Carolina United Methodist Women gathered at Epworth Children’s Home March 17 for their annual Legislative Advocacy Day, where they tackled the state’s standing as number two for deaths of women because of domestic violence.

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