Across the Channel from one of the wealthiest countries in the world, approximately 10,000 men, women, and children lived in squalor and hope. Among them at the time the camp was destroyed were approximately 1,500 unaccompanied children.
Simple actions each of us can take to heal our hearts and the hearts of others.
The literalness of religion vs. the litheness of spirituality.
A Philadelphia Friend finds spiritual renewal in fellowship with Conservative Quakers.
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Kate McNally is a member of Belgium and Luxembourg Yearly Meeting and works as the Forced Migration Project coordinator for the Quaker Council for European Affairs (qcea.org).
Posted in: The FJ Blog
Quaker Earthcare Witness visits the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camps.
Shelley Tanenbaum is the general secretary of Quaker Earthcare Witness, on the board of Quaker Institute for the Future, and a member of Strawberry Creek Meeting in Berkeley, Calif.
Posted in: February 2017, The FJ Blog
We are not passive, empty vessels hoping to be filled; we have to move toward God.
Robert Atchley is a member of Boulder (Colo.) Meeting. He is author of Spirituality and Aging, which won the Innovative Publication Award from the Gerontological Society of America in 2010. This article is based on a program hour presented to Boulder Meeting in November 2015.
Posted in: Features, February 2017
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I Am Not a Religious Person, by Sarah Pennock Neuville
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