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Gabriel Ehri is the executive director of Friends Journal. Email: [email protected]Posted in: Among Friends, December 2014
Letters from our readers.
December 2014 Viewpoint
A family changed by war finds richness in chosen poverty.
Seres Kyrie lives with her family in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin, where she farms, makes art, corrals children, and writes. She is a member of the Madison (Wis.) Meeting.Posted in: December 2014, Features
Rejecting the trappings of power to take cues from Jesus’s life choices.
Chuck Hosking lives in Albuquerque, N.M. He is a member of Harare (Zimbabwe) Meeting, and he actively promotes Southern Africa Yearly Meeting’s Zimbabwe Food Relief Action Fund through Schenectady (N.Y.) Meeting.Posted in: December 2014, Features
What’s with Quakers and their trees?
Jack H. Schick serves as co-clerk of Richland Meeting in Quakertown, Pa. He is a representative to Philadelphia Yearly Meeting’s Interim Meeting and Friends General Conference’s Central Committee. He is a columnist for the Upper Bucks Free Press and publishes essays on Soulofwit.com and Searchwarp.com.Posted in: December 2014, Features
FJ Poetry: In the middle of a field of high yield corns…
FJ Poetry: They’re taking down the tree today…
FJ Poetry: The snow is melting, the air is crisp…
A pilgrimage to the “1652 Country” retraces the footsteps of early Quaker women.
Maggie O’Neill (formerly known as Peggy) is a longtime member of Richmond (Va.) Meeting and the mother of two sons, Coleman and Jonathan (Jon) Watts. She leads Sacred Circle Dances and workshops on the sacred feminine. Maggie and her husband, Al Watts, are founding members of Ashland Vineyards, a Quaker-based intentional community. She recently retired from teaching at Virginia Commonwealth University.Posted in: December 2014, Features