Friends everywhere are addressing questions about being authentic Quakers, not just Evangelical Christians and not just liberal do‐gooders. What is […]
Archive | January, 2012
Robin Mohr is a member of San Francisco (Calif.) Meeting in Pacific Yearly Meeting.
Robin Mohr recently moved to Philadelphia with her husband, Chris Mohr, and their two sons. In June 2011 she started work as the Executive Secretary of the Friends World Committee for Consultation-Section of the Americas (fwccamericas.org). She still blogs occasionally at robinmsf.blogspot.com.
If we are to reach and garner the present day seekers who exist in every neighborhood, persons who are disillusioned […]
One of the most influential Quakers of the 20th century, Rufus Jones was a historian and theologian as well as a philosopher.Posted in: Features
Last year our family joined a small group that focuses on sharing real life together, while being intentionally vague in defining […]
Tim McGeary is a contributor for the Burnside Writers Collective through the "Purpose-Driven Centrist" column, as well as occasionally posting on his own blog, tothetuneoftim.blogspot.com. Professionally, Tim leads the Library Technology team at Lehigh University, is on the editorial board for theCode4Lib Journal and has published seven articles and given over 20 national and regional presentations on library technology topics. He lives in Bethlehem, PA, with his wife Andrea and two adorable children. Tim can be contacted at [email protected] or through Twitter @timmcgeary. This article originally appeared as a guest post on Rachel Held Evans’ blog at rachelheldevans.com.Posted in: January 2012: Convergent Friends
In M. Night Shyamalan’s 1999 film The Sixth Sense, Haley Joel Osment plays a troubled kid named Cole Sear. Cole […]
C. Wess Daniels loves being a Quaker pastor and has enjoyed pastoring Camas Friends Church since 2009. He is a father of two (and one on the way), husband, and a doctoral student at Fuller Theological Seminary. He continues to learn about the depth of God’s love from the people in his meeting, the importance of the Quaker tradition, and the meaning of being rooted in a place. Visit him at gatheringinlight.comPosted in: January 2012: Convergent Friends
What Friends Have to Offer the Wider Church Silence washed over the hundreds of women and men gathered together in the […]
Micah Bales lives in Washington, DC, where he is active in planting a new Quaker church - Capitol Hill Friends. He coordinates outreach and web strategy for Earlham School of Religion and is a member of Rockingham Monthly Meeting of Ohio Yearly Meeting (Conservative). Micah regularly publishes on his blog, The Lamb's War, located at http://www.lambswar.com.Posted in: January 2012: Convergent Friends