Refuting the too‐common myth that Quakers are Amish‐like in our use of technology. Includes audio reading by author.
A.J. Mendoza in Friends Journal
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A.J. Mendoza is a member of West Hills Friends Church in Portland, Ore., and has recently returned home after a year of Quaker Voluntary Service in Atlanta, Ga. He serves on the board of Safety Net, a nonprofit that serves LGBTQ students and alumni of Christian colleges. You can read more of his work at queerquaker.blogspot.com.
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