This model of Friends testimonies is incorporated into the school’s curriculum.
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We are a home‐based educating family, and the world is our classroom. What does that mean, and how did we […]
Sandra Brown attends Ann Arbor (Mich.) Meeting and nurtures the education of her four children. Contributors to this article include members of the Quaker Homeschooling Circle (QHC), an e-mail community of Friendly homeschoolers and fellow travelers.Posted in: Features, January 2001
Over the past few decades, education has become increasingly specialized. With an influx of pre‐professional programs at the collegiate level […]
Jeff Baird, a member of Westtown (Pa.) Meeting, is a sophomore at Connecticut College, where he writes for the student newspaper The College Voice.Posted in: Features
“The women in my family do things,” said John Foster, the Quaker man I had just met in India. Much […]
Georgana (Falb) Foster has been a member of Mt. Toby Friends Meeting in Leverett, Mass., for half a century. She has presented workshops on early New England Quaker women at the Friends General Conference Gathering and New England Yearly Meeting, and has written a number of local histories. She is an independent scholar of South Asian studies, collecting folk and pop art about goddesses of India.Posted in: Features
Anthony—James W. Anthony, 73, on July 15, 2009, in Sudbury, Mass. Jim was born on June 17, 1936, in Columbus, […]
What does it mean to be called to public ministry within the Religious Society of Friends? What does it mean […]
Debbie Humphries is a public health nutritionist and teacher with a calling to travel in the ministry. She is currently serving on the board of the School of the Spirit Ministries, and traveling primarily within New England Yearly Meeting. Diane Randall is director of Partnership for Strong Communities, a Connecticut-based nonprofit dedicated to advocating solutions to homelessness, affordable housing, and community development. She is currently serving on the Board of Advisors of Earlham School of Religion. Both authors are members of Hartford (Conn.) Meeting.Posted in: Features
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Our introduction to the May issue, “What Are Quaker Values Anyway?”
Gail Whiffen is associate editor of Friends Journal.Posted in: Among Friends, What Are Quaker Values Anyway?
This semiannual feature highlights the recent works of Quaker organizations in eight categories.
Bob Dockhorn on Carol Faulkner’s Lucretia Mott’s Heresy, Tom Hamm on Elizabeth Taylor Stirredge’s Strength in Weakness Manifest, and more […]
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