Parallels between the pursuit of quality and being a Quaker.
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Peter Baston is a quality and systems engineer who has worked in product development, systems engineering, and project management. He has led troubleshooting and due diligence investigations in Africa, Europe, and the United States. Baston is a member of Boulder (Colo.) Meeting.Posted in: Features, September 2013
Retirement, appointment and honors
A response to John Coleman’s “When Quaker Process Fails”
Arthur M. Larrabee is the General Secretary of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.Posted in: December 2012: Hospitality, Forum
he whole issue started in the spring of 2006 when I was a freshman in high school. The school district […]
Gilbert Ambler is attending Earlham College this fall and is interested in political leadership and law. Gilbert's two younger brothers, Amos and Harry, and his parents, John and Peggy, have all participated in thinking through this article about the situation they all lived. Gilbert and his family are members of Germantown Meeting in Philadelphia and attend Penn Hill Meeting in Wakefield, Pa.Posted in: Features
Letters from our readers.
Over the years in the life of monthly meetings in which I have participated, it has been a usual practice […]
Margery Mears Larrabee, a member of Mt. Holly (N.J.) Meeting, participates in the traveling Ministries Program of Friends General Conference.Posted in: Features
A semiannual feature to connect Friends Journal readers to the good works of Quaker organizations* in the following categories: Advocacy […]
A semiannual feature highlighting the recent works of Quaker organizations. Categories include Advocacy; Consultation, Support, and Resources; Development; Education; Environmental […]
A former Friends School teacher decides to let his life speak in a public school.
Mike Mangiaracina is an attender of Adelphi (Md.) Meeting. He taught for ten years in two Friends schools before being called to teach in Washington, D.C.’s public schools, where he has been teaching elementary school math and science for nine years.Posted in: Features, January 2017: Quakers in the Workplace
Appointment, nominations, and Quakers in action