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The upcoming U.S. Congressional mid‐term elections already have at least seven Quaker candidates for office. How does their Quaker faith […]
Exploring a vision for faithful communities.
Marcelle Martin, a member of Swarthmore (Pa.) Meeting, is the author of Our Life is Love: the Quaker Spiritual Journey. She leads workshops at retreat centers and Quaker meetings. Currently she is the core teacher for the Nurturing Worship, Faith & Faithfulness program at the Woolman Hill Quaker retreat center in Deerfield, Mass. Visit her website at awholeheart.com.Posted in: Quaker Lifestyles
Friends in business.
Karen Tibbals is a consultant to the pharmaceutical industry and one of the founding conveners of the emerging Quakers and Business Group. She holds a master’s in Quaker studies from Earlham School of Religion.Posted in: Friends in Business, June/July 2016: Almost Quaker
We are all Quakers: Let’s grow together.
Jon Berry is a Friends Journal trustee. He lives and worships in New York City. Do you know someone we should interview? Reach us at [email protected].
This interview has been edited slightly from the print version.Posted in: December 2015: Economic Justice and Poverty, Let's Grow Together
News from Quakerbooks, Releasing Ministry Alliance, the Quaker Bridge Film Festival, and Guilford College.
A semiannual feature dedicated to connecting Friends Journal readers to the good works of Quaker organizations.
Births, marriages, and deaths among Friends.
Returning home doesn’t mean leaving the journey behind. Podcast and video author chat available.
Rachel Guaraldi is a practitioner and scholar of peace-building, interreligious dialogue, and community development. She is a member of Beacon Hill Meeting in Boston, Mass., and is currently part of a clinical pastoral education program in Boston where she is training to be a hospital chaplain.Posted in: Features, February 2015: Life Transitions
Births, deaths, and marriages among Friends.
Letting the Higher Power Do It by Anonymous