On the FJ Blog: “A boy’s watercolor depicts a heartwarming scene created amid the misery and starvation of post‐World War […]
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Nichole Mathews is part of an art committee at Indianapolis First Friends exploring additional ways and locations to display “Giving Voices to Ghosts.” For more information, contact her at [email protected].
Daniel Lee is a member of Indianapolis First Friends.Posted in: Online Features
Learning to work around our ghosts.
Besides being a son, C. Wess Daniels is a father of three. He is a convergent Friend, a released Quaker minister, and an adjunct professor at George Fox Evangelical Seminary and Earlham School of Religion. In his spare time, he enjoys roasting coffee, a good remix, liberation theology, bourbon, and wearing vests.Posted in: May 2014: Mental Health and Wellness
Thank you to all of the 237 participants of the 6th annual Student Voices Project!
Life in the meeting.
Daniel Lee is a member of Indianapolis First Friends Meeting. A longtime bike rider and writer, he credits cycling with helping to lead him to Indiana and then to Quakerism. Daniel lives with his wife and three children in Carmel, Ind.Posted in: Life in the Meeting, May 2016: Gender and Sexuality
Letters and commentary from our readers.
A full list of students who submitted this year.
Our volunteer reviewers share some of their all‐time favorite books for Quakers.
Quaker book reviews
Friends everywhere are addressing questions about being authentic Quakers, not just Evangelical Christians and not just liberal do‐gooders. What is […]
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.
A full list of students who submitted for the 2017–2018 project.
6th Annual Student Voices Project