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Practicing Compassion

Practicing Compassion

By Frank Rogers Jr. Fresh Air Books, 2015. 144 pages. $14.99/paperback; $9.99/eBook. “Love—even for myself is hard,” wrote Kim in Viewpoint […]

Judith Favor belongs to Claremont (Calif.) Meeting. She and Frank Rogers belong to a peer supervision group of spiritual directors who follow Friends’ worship-sharing guidelines.


Posted in: Crossing Cultures, October 2016 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
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Guest at the Door

A Guest at the Door

A religious traveler offers tips for welcoming visitors.

Kim Peavey writes and farms in southwestern New Hampshire, where she and her family raise vegetables biodynamically for a 100 member Community Supported Agriculture garden with two teams of draft horses. Kim holds a master’s degree from Drew Theological School, as well as a master’s in literature from Truman State University.


Posted in: December 2012: Hospitality, Features
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Love—Even for Myself

Our March 2016 Viewpoint 🔒 Friends Journal Member? Sign in here! Not an FJ member? To read this piece, please […]

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Posted in: Disability and Inclusion, Viewpoint
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Let’s Grow Together: Interview with EunSung Kim

We are all Quakers: Let’s grow together.

Jon Berry is a Friends Journal trustee. He lives and worships in New York City.


Posted in: Let's Grow Together, October 2015: Faithful Living
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Bicycling in a State of Grace

As an alternative to driving or flying, and to show that it could be done, my husband, Kim, and I […]

Susan Carlyle is a member of Asheville (N.C.) Meeting, and of New Moon Worship Group in Barnardsville, N.C., where she and Kim are homesteader-activists. She is active in Southern Appalachian Yearly Meeting and Association, and its Ecological Concerns Network.


Posted in: Features
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The Weekend: Thoughts on Community

That weekend started the week before, when it snowed almost two feet on Thursday and Friday morning. I spent a […]

Paul Hamell, a member of Ridgwood (N.J.) Meeting, is a retired police lieutenant and a volunteer emergency medical technician.


Posted in: Features
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Spirituality in Action: Ethos and Ethic

I want to discuss ethos, the spiritual and moral context we create for Friends education to occur, and ethics, the […]

Paul A. Lacey is a member of Clear Creek Meeting in Richmond, Indiana. He teaches English literature, humanities, and a number of cross-disciplinary courses at Earlham College. This article was originally presented as a speech to a conference sponsored by Earlham, Friends Association for Higher Education, and Friends Council on Education.


Posted in: Features, January 2001
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Meeting the Seventh‐day Adventists

Five years ago, a spiritual friend and I visited a couple of Seventh‐day Adventist (SDA) churches, where Adventism piqued my […]

Kim L. Ranger, a member of Grand Rapids (Mich.) Meeting, recently completed a two- year sojourn with Seventh-day Adventists. She is a senior librarian of Arts and Humanities at Grand Valley State University.


Posted in: Features
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The Peaceful Pedal Cab

Friends General Conference provided the opportunity for an unconventional form of peace witness at the Gathering this year by allowing […]

Kim Carlyle, a member of Swannanoa Valley (N.C.) Meeting, is clerk of Friends Committee on Unity with Nature and is active with Quaker Eco-Witness.


Posted in: Features
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Addressing Our Dependence on Fossil Fuels

Most of us have reaped the benefits of an economy powered by fossil fuel. There is no need to list […]

Kim Carlyle, a member of Swannanoa Valley (N.C.) Meeting, is active with Quaker Eco-Witness and is clerk of Friends Committee on Unity with Nature. Sandra Lewis, a member of Strawberry Creek Meeting in Berkeley, Calif., is active with an eco-spirituality affinity group there. She also serves on the editorial committee of Quaker Eco-Bulletin and as a volunteer at EarthLight Magazine. Earlier versions of this article appeared in Quaker Eco-Bulletin (an insert in BeFriending Creation), March/April 2002, and in Earth-Light, Spring 2002 (http://www.earthlight.org).


Posted in: Features
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