Freedom isn’t anyone’s politically correct opinion.
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Gerri Williams is a member of Friends Meeting of Washington (D.C.) and has served on AFSC Nobel Peace Prize Task Group. The opinions expressed are her own*. Her article “Standing for Miss Rosa” appeared in the August 2006 issue of Friends Journal.
[*Disclaimer added by author's request. - FJ Eds.]Posted in: Features, February 2018
By Pamela Haines, Ed Dreby, David Kane, and Charles Blanchard. Quaker Institute for the Future Focus Book 9, 2016. 126 […]
Tom Head is a member of Bridge City Meeting in Portland, Ore., and professor of economics at George Fox University. Both his professional work and his Quaker service have focused on international trade, finance, economic development, and international relations. He has a passion for interfaith dialogue and contemplating the role of world religions in the global economy.Posted in: November 2016 Books, Quaker Book Reviews, Quakers and Social Media
Letters on couples and money, Quaker process, and the expense of simple living.
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Commuting from the northeast suburbs of Philadelphia, I have close to 40 minutes each direction of undisturbed time (thanks to […]
George Fox admonished Friends “to know one another in that which is eternal.” In building our communities and in providing […]
Patricia McBee is editor of Pastoral Care Newsletter and works among Friends on discerning and responding to the leadings of the Spirit. Vanessa Julye is the former clerk of Fellowship of Friends of African Descent and a member of the Friends General Conference Committee for Ministry on Racism. She has a minute of travel in the ministry recognizing her concern for helping the Religious Society of Friends become a more inclusive community for people of color. Both are members of Central Philadelphia (Pa.) Meeting.Posted in: Features
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