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Beauty; Beauty Everywhere

The sound of machines, monitors, and people in the hallway evaporated; it felt like being in meeting for worship when […]

Geoff Knowlton grew up Quaker and was later ordained in the United Church of Christ. He returned to the Friends and joined Worcester (Mass.) Meeting. He worked for a small hospice in New Hampshire and is currently a psychotherapist specializing in trauma and attachment-related disorders.

Posted in: Online Features, The Art of Dying
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The Costs of the Quaker Faith

Benjamin Franklin once said, “Rather go to bed without dinner than to rise in debt.” This might be difficult advice […]

Glenn L. Reinhart is a member of Manhattan Meeting in New York, N.Y. To join a Quaker Finance Discussion Group and to download free Quaker financial data and a monthly meeting expense planning tool, please send an e-mail message to David Clements at [email protected]

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Transforming Prejudice into Love

A misunderstanding opens the way to transgender acceptance.

Aran Reinhart is a member of Broadmead Meeting in northwestern Ohio. After meeting amazing people in both the Quaker and LGBT communities, he found his true self four years ago and became a Quaker. Though he works in a woodmill, he is a poet and activist at heart. He named himself after his favorite form of knitting and gets interesting looks when he knits in public.

R. Scot Miller is a member of Grand Rapids (Mich.) Meeting. In addition to family farming, he serves a United Methodist Congregation as Adult Ministries Director. He teaches social work at a Christian college.

Posted in: Features, September 2012
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Forum March 2016

Letters from our readers

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Library on Wheels: Mary Lemist Titcomb and America’s First Bookmobile

By Sharlee Glenn. Abrams Books for Young Readers, 2018. 56 pages. $18.99/hardcover; $15.54/eBook. Recommended for ages 8–12. Mary Titcomb was […]

Margaret T. Walden’s first library job was at the Rauh Branch of the Indianapolis Public Library. The branch was located in an old mansion; at the back of the mansion was the carriage house that was home to the city’s bookmobile.

Posted in: Friendly Competition?, May 2019: A Young Friends Bookshelf, Quaker Book Reviews
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Milestones September 2014

Adoptions, marriages, and deaths.

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Just Living

By Meredith Egan. Amity Publishers, 2016. 446 pages. $17.99/paperback; $5.99/eBook. Meredith Egan’s debut novel, Just Living, explores the ideas embedded […]

Jim Hood teaches English and environmental studies at Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C. He is a member of Friendship Meeting, North Carolina Yearly Meeting (Conservative).

Posted in: June/July 2017 Books, June/July 2017: Reimagining the Quaker Ecosystem
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Forum December 2014

Letters from our readers.

Posted in: December 2014, Forum
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Forum January 2014

Viewpoint The Peace Testimony and the Enduring Light of Christ When George Fox was sent to turn people from darkness […]

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Milestones November 2013

Includes listings for Helen Angell, Catherine Bell Wetteroth, Scott E. Crom, Robert Gray Hindmarsh, Mary Caroline Mendenhall, Geraldine S. McNabb, […]

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