Washington Memo Newsletter

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Current Issue:

Prophetic Witness: 2013

Past Issues:

2013:

Fall/Winter 13 - Seek peace and pursue it: U.S.-Colombia policy

Spring/Summer 13 – Your people shall be my people: U.S. immigration policy

2012:

Prophetic witness: 2012 

Fall/Winter 12 - Loosing the bonds of injustice: Hope, justice and dignity for Haiti

Spring/Summer 12 – Give us this day our daily bread: U.S. food and farm policy

Winter 12 - Some take pride in chariots: U.S. military spending 

2011:

Fall 11 - Oh that I had wings: Advocating to end domestic violence

Summer 11 - Members of one family: U.S. Immigration Policy

Spring 11 - Not by Sword or Spear: The U.S. Role in Afghanistan

2010:

Winter 10 -The Message of Reconciliation: U.S. Criminal Justice Reform

Fall 10 – Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem: U.S. Policy on Israel-Palestine

Summer 10 – Who Is My Neighbor? U.S. Militarism in Africa 

Spring  10 – Let Justice Roll Down: Trade for the Common Good

2009

Winter 09 – Secure Dwelling Places: A Home for Everyone

Fall 09 – Proclaim Jubilee: A New Beginning

Summer 09 – And Many Were Healed: Health Care for All

Spring 09 – Welcoming the Stranger: U.S. Immigration Policy

2008

Winter 08 – On Earth Peace: The Government’s Role in Building Peace

Fall 08 – The Global Food Crisis: Hunger for Justice

Jul-Aug 08 – Anabaptist Patriots?

May-Jun 08 – Faith and Politics

Mar-Apr 08 – True Security

Jan-Feb 08 – Uprooted Peoples

2007

Nov-Dec 07 – Advocating for Generations at Risk

Sep-Oct 07 – Advocating for Economic Justice

Jul-Aug 07 – Advocating for Global Peace

May-Jun 07 – Advocating for True Security

Mar-Apr 07 – Advocating for Immigrants

Jan-Feb 07 – Advocating for God’s Creation

2006

Nov-Dec 06 – The War on Terror: A Five-Year Retrospective

Sep-Oct 06 – The War on Terror: A Five-Year Retrospective

Jul-Aug 06 – The War on Terror: A Five-Year Retrospective

May-Jun 06 – The War on Terror: A Five-Year Retrospective

Mar-Apr 06 – The War on Terror: A Five-Year Retrospective

Jan-Feb 06 – The War on Terror: A Five-Year Retrospective

2005

Nov-Dec 05 – Global Food and Farming

Sep-Oct 05 – Civil Liberties

Jul-Aug 05 – The Environment

May-Jun 05 – Military Force

Mar-Apr 05 – The Social Safety Net

Jan-Feb 05 – Moral Values

2004

Nov-Dec 04 – Overcoming Evil with Good

Sep-Oct 04 – Fear of Strangers

Jul-Aug 04 – Fear of Violence

May-Jun 04 – Fear of Scarcity

Mar-Apr 04 – Fear of Vulnerability

Jan-Feb 04 – Why Are You Afraid?

2003

Nov-Dec 03 – Gifts Discernment: The Priesthood of All Believers

Sep-Oct 03 – Honoring Sabbath: A Day for Rest and Justice

Jul-Aug 03 – Child Dedication: And a Little Child Shall Lead Them

May-Jun 03 – Foot Washing: Leading by Example

Mar-Apr 03 – The Lord’s Supper: Lessons for Church and State

Jan-Feb 03 – Baptism: A Witness to the Nations

2002

Nov-Dec 02 – Thy Kingdom Come

Sep-Oct 02 – Church and State: One Standard or Two?

Jul-Aug 02 – Security–At What Cost?

May-Jun 02 – Militarism, Post 9-11

Mar-Apr 02 – How Others See Us

Jan-Feb 02 – For Righteousness’ Sake: Blessed are the Persecuted

2001

Nov-Dec 01 – Spirituality and Politics: Blessed are the Pure in Heart

Sep-Oct 01 – People of God’s Peace: Blessed are the Peacemakers

Jul-Aug 01 – Welfare Reform: Blessed are those who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness

May-Jun 01 – U.S. Global Dominance: Blessed are the Meek

Mar-Apr 01 – Economic Globalization: Blessed are those who Mourn

Jan-Feb 01 - What’s Ahead: Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

2000

Nov-Dec 00 – Myths

Sep-Oct 00 – Election 2000

Jul-Aug 00 – Lifting Our Voices

May-Jun 00 – The Next Generation

Mar-Apr 00 – Women and Public Policy 

Jan-Feb 00 – The Real Y2K Problems

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