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Spiritual Nurture in a Fix-it Culture

My journey with the concept of “spiritual nurture” began early in life. My parents were pastors, and beyond their titles and work, they were people who created space for others. From the time I can remember, our home was a place of refuge and love. People of all walks of life sat at our table; cried in our living room; and shared their hurts, trauma, and hardships with my ever-loving🔒

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Sarah Klatt-Dickerson is the Portland coordinator for Quaker Voluntary Service. She’s also an artist and poet, a growing listener, and amateur gardener. As a part of her work with QVS, she gets to spend time with Liberal and Evangelical Friends in the Pacific Northwest.


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