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Jean Grant is a member of Oread Meeting in Lawrence, Kans., and author of its privately published 50-year history, Seeds of Silence, and a novel, The Burning Veil.
Posted in: August 2015: The Effects of War, Features
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Raising a transgender child.
Su Penn writes about the Tiny Tornado, homeschooling, adoption, Quakerism, and much more at tapeflags.blogspot.com.
Posted in: August 2013: Parenting, Features
Births, deaths, and marriages among Friends. 🔒 Friends Journal Member? Sign in here! Not an FJ member? To read this […]
Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1959–1964 The involvement of the Religious Society of Friends in Prince Edward County dates back to […]
Betsy Brinson is a member of Richmond (Va.) Meeting and the meeting’s historian. As a public historian, she has conducted oral history interviews for the Virginia Civil Rights Video Initiative and Richmond Holocaust Museum. A former faculty member at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, she has been involved in the production of several film documentaries, for example serving as executive producer of Living the Story: The Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky (58 minutes, 2002), developed from 175 oral history interviews.
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One Friday morning during a Pendle Hill prayer class, Chris Ravndal introduced us to a prayer form he called “Creating […]
Sr. Rachel West is a member of the Order of St. Francis of Oldenburg, Indiana. She spent the 2000–2001 year as a resident student at Pendle Hill. She wrote this essay for “Festival Week,” the final week of the autumn term, and it evolved into a Spring 2001 Monday
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Brad Ogilvie is the program coördinator at William Penn House in Washington, D.C.
Posted in: March 2015, Online Features
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