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There are many ways to equip and engage young adult Friend members and attenders.
Emma M. Churchman is a member of Friends Meeting of Washington D.C. and an Associate Member of Chavakali Yearly Meeting in Kenya. She founded and facilitates the Quaker Fellows program for Earlham College in Richmond, Ind., and she is completing her Master’s in Divinity degree at Earlham School of Religion.Posted in: Features
A journey into hospital chaplaincy.
Emma M. Churchman is a life-long Quaker and member of Swannanoa Valley Meeting in Black Mountain, N.C. She has a MDiv from Earlham School of Religion and a private practice as a spiritual director and transformational coach (Quakershaman.com). She is currently in a chaplain residency program at Johnson City Medical Center in Johnson City, Tenn.Posted in: Features, January 2014: Finding a Path
In the Gospel of Matthew, in the record of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus teaches his disciples, saying, “Blessed […]
Emma M. Churchman is a sojourning member at Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia (Pa.) and a member of Friends Meeting of Washington (D.C.). She was artist in residence at Pendle Hill Quaker center in Wallingford, Pa.Posted in: Features
VIEWPOINT: Feeding the World takes more than Backyard Gardens The main theme of the articles in May’s food issue is […]
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Our annual list of the top‐five most read articles of the past year.
We’ve been sharing our most‐read articles of 2015 on Facebook and Twitter. Here is the full list. #5 Baltimore, the […]
The top five most‐read articles of 2014.
6th Annual Student Voices Project