You're not alone. Come together with those who are standing up with women globally - shifting culture towards equality and finding healing along the way.
It Only Takes One
Sarah Todd Cloud, RN learned resilience through study and experience. Now she shares these lessons with the Women Arise Collective, bringing trauma informed care into the global circle.
Recorded Tuesday, Sept 15, 2020.
You can grow resilience by supporting the Women Arise Collective with prayer and financial gifts. Share now! https://harperhill.global/donate
When we speak our truth, healing begins. Doris Adamu is the leader of the Women Arise Collective in Nigeria and helps women who've been raped release their pain and take their rightful place back in society...a society that shuns the victim. Learn more and be inspired to make a difference wherever you are!
Women Arise US Launch
Join Neelley Hicks (founder of the Women Arise Collective) & Sherry Cothran (singer, author, leader WoAC USA) for an evening of song & story. We are joined by special guests Judith Osongo Yanga Eluhu, Doris Adamu Jenis, and Ruth Nabakulu, along with Rosalie, Georgette & Tumaini from the Mama Lynn Center, Kindu DRC.
Hope through Communications
What good do simple text messages do in a sea of information?
Listen as Marion Wasia shares outcomes of her efforts to educate and inspire during the pandemic. I'm sure you'll be touched as I was to learn how much the right words can matter.
Recorded Monday, June 29, 2020.
Faith & Health Go Hand in Hand.
Hygiene. Healthcare. Hope.
To donate to this lifesaving and life-changing work, go to harperhill.global/donate.
Don't Lose Your Soul
Rev. Dr. Kabamba Kiboko speaks about the importance of relationship and how it fundamentally changes the way of life and community in this interview with Neelley Hicks.
Rev. Dr. J. Kabamba Kiboko, Ph.D.
Born in Shinkolobwe, CongoDR
President of the African Clergywomen Association since 2012
Lead Pastor of Forest Chapel UMC, Cincinnati, OH.
Author of DIVINING THE WOMAN OF ENDOOR--
African Culture, Postcolonial Hermeneutics, and Politics of Biblical Translation.
Serving the global church from a place in-between the northern hemisphere and the southern hemisphere
Upcoming Event: African Clergywomen Leadership Development--July 11 to July 15, 2022 @ Africa University.
United Methodist terms used: COSROW (General Commission on Status and Role of Women); AU (Africa University)
The Gender Digital Divide
In this episode, Women Arise founder Neelley Hicks talks with Revi Sterling, PhD., director of the USAID W-GDP WomenConnect Challenge. The Challenge addresses the social norms that keep women and girls offline and focuses on the use of technology to create new social norms that empower women.