Johanna Jackson and JT Dorr-Bremme spent a year and a half talking to Friends about the condition of Quaker communities today—and where we might be headed. Learn more about their hopes and concerns at fdsj.nl/future.
“When there’s a strong support network for faithfulness, for doing something unusual, then the possibility to live faithfully and beautifully just kind of expands. I want to be part of that.”
—Johanna Jackson, Quaker at large, living in State College, Pa.
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