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The Ministry of Giving Money

A lifetime of unconsciousness around money gives way to sharing.

Merry Stanford is a member of Red Cedar Meeting in Lansing, Michigan. She works as a psychotherapist, spiritual director, and shamanic practitioner, and currently serves Friends General Conference as clerk of the Development Committee. You can read her blog at sinktotheseed.blogspot.com.

Posted in: October 2012: Wall Street, Main Street, and Meetinghouse Road
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I Am Who I Am

[Moses] came to Horeb, the mountain of God. There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in a flame [鈥

Merry Stanford, a member of Red Cedar Meeting in Lansing, Mich., is a psychotherapist and shamanic practitioner. She currently serves Friends as clerk of Lake Erie Yearly Meeting, and as a Couple Enrichment leader with her husband, Peter Wood. She occasionally travels in the ministry among Friends and others.

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Among Friends: Our Money and our Testimonies

I believe strongly in the value of telling people what they鈥檝e meant to me. I recently wrote a thank鈥恲ou note [鈥

Gabriel Ehri is executive director of Friends Journal.

Posted in: October 2012: Wall Street, Main Street, and Meetinghouse Road
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Amazing Grace

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Meetings for Healing in the Manner of Friends

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A New Year鈥檚 top five: The most read articles of 2012

We鈥檝e been sharing our most鈥恟ead articles of 2012 on Facebook and Twitter. Here they are along with highlights from the [鈥

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Forum January 2013

Letters in response to John Coleman鈥檚 October 2012 feature, 鈥淲hen Quaker Process Fails,鈥 and other articles in the special issue [鈥

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December 2012 Forum

Letters on couples and money, Quaker process, and the expense of simple living.

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