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4th District will offer an unified message at the 18th Quadrennial

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On Sunday, July 19, 2015 @ 9:00a.m.

Missionaries from the 4th District will offer an unified message at the 18th Quadrennial as we present our witness report in Indianapolis. 101 more words

Walk as Well as You Can

By Amanda Cleary Eastep

Maybe it was your mother. Your wife. Your daughter, sister, grandmother, friend…even a historical figure.

But at some point in your life, a woman made a difference in it. 556 more words

Things That Do NOT Begin With F

Weaving the Stories of Georgia's Trail Women

In honor of Women’s History month in March, we offer a list of Georgia women trailblazers leading the way and paving a positive path for a world-class trail system here. 470 more words

Trails

Why Don't Men Read Books By Women?

by Chloe Angyal

Read this article and more at Feministing

I made a pledge at the beginning of 2015. This year, I’m only reading books by women. 777 more words

Sister Sirens

Women Woven Into History

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – March is National Women’s History Month and the 35th anniversary of the National Women’s History Project. Women cited have woven stories into the fabric of our history. 134 more words

Watch + Listen

Life As You See It

In honor of Women’s Month, each writer will be writing our EmpowerMoments full of encouragement and lessons to our younger selves in a series titled Notes From Me To Me. 962 more words

Notes From Me To Me

Dear Me...The New Wife

In honor of Women’s Month, each writer will be writing our EmpowerMoments full of encouragement and lessons to our younger selves in a series titled Notes From Me To Me. 1,108 more words

Notes From Me To Me