Conversation Starters 3/10/17
What are you thinking about what is going on in the world? Here’s the top stories from women, ministry, and world news this week.
Every day brings women's notable events, achievements, births and deaths in March aka Women's History Month.
by Rebecca Shapiro, The Huffington Post
From “Hidden Figures” to shiny plastic figurines!
NPR All Things Considered
A few years ago, Chimamanda Adichie received a message from a childhood friend asking for advice: She wanted to know how to raise her newborn daughter to be a feminist.
by Lynn Lobash, The New York Public Library
We asked our staff about their favorite female characters. Here are some they highly recommend for kids, teens and adults alike.
The New York Times Editorial Board
New Yorkers, if not city dwellers everywhere, might acknowledge a debt to Pope Francis this week. He has offered a concrete, permanently useful prescription for dealing with panhandlers.
by Aaron Rupar, Think Progress
“There is a group of people that just don’t want health care and aren’t going to take care of themselves.”
by Ryan Phipps, 100 Days of Action
What would Jesus’ stance be on healthcare were he living today?
Here are three examples from The Gospels where we find some interesting things about Jesus’ desire for the health and wellbeing of people.