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Addicted to Fast Money

Considering a twenty鈥恌irst鈥恈entury Quaker perspective on gambling.

Rita Willett is a retired physician who now serves as a prison chaplain. She is a member of Richmond (Va.) Meeting, a graduate of Earlham School of Religion, and a former participant and teacher in the Spiritual Nurturer Program of School of the Spirit Ministry.

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Start Here: A Road Map to Reducing Mass Incarceration

By Greg Berman and Julian Adler. The New Press, 2018. 224 pages. $24.99/hardcover or eBook.

David P. Austin is a member of Haddonfield (N.J.) Meeting. He lives in Marlton, N.J., where he teaches middle school world and Holocaust history.

Posted in: Gambling, November 2019 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
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The March 23 outdoor worship at the Berks County Residential Center in Leesport, Pa. 漏 Eric Gjertsen/Shut Down Berks Coalition.

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News of Friends

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Competition Who?

There was a girl named Kesha. She was 13 years old, and she was exceptionally good at running. She had [鈥

Taleah Dixon, Grade 6, Greene Street Friends School in Philadelphia, Pa.

Posted in: Friendly Competition?, Student Voices Project, Student Voices Project 2019
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Forum April 2019

Letters from our readers.

Posted in: Forum, Humor in Religion
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Cover photo "<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/tcd123/3481016790/in/photolist-6ixBjt-6iwYkr-6iB81S-VYdpPk-NrjDhG">church light</a>" 漏 TCDavis

Among Friends: Opening up the Doors

Our introduction to the March issue, 鈥淥utside the Meetinghouse.鈥

Martin Kelley is senior editor of聽Friends Journal.

Posted in: Among Friends, Outside the Meetinghouse
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Monthly worship along Fresh Pond Parkway in front of Raytheon in Cambridge, Mass. The author is seen standing. 漏 Skip Schiel.

Experiments with Worship

Quaker worship takes to the streets.

Elizabeth Claggett-Borne enjoys biking to work, accompanying a family in sanctuary, and trying not to fidget in worship. She is grateful to be a part of Friends Meeting at Cambridge (Mass.). She teaches Exploring the Quaker Way, laughs at her hubris, and travels in the ministry.

Posted in: Features, Outside the Meetinghouse
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Art as Soul鈥檚 Sanctuary: Meditations On Arts and Spirituality among Quakers and Beyond

By Jennifer Elam. Pendle Hill Pamphlets (number 452), 2018. 34 pages. $7/pamphlet. Jennifer Elam is a psychologist, Quaker, and artist/writer/dancer [鈥

Patricia Morrison attends South Mountain Meeting (NPYM) in Ashland, Ore. She works with artists, writers, musicians, and creative professionals to help them make a living, make a life, and make a difference (innerfireouterlight.com). She is working on a book about how to make work that is at the intersection of creativity and social good financially and otherwise sustainable.

Posted in: February 2019, February 2019 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
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Humanity in the Face of Inhumanity

By Sue Williams. Pendle Hill Pamphlets (number 451), 2018. 34 pages. $7/pamphlet. This refreshing little work introduces us to goodness, [鈥

Rosalie Dance is a member of Stony Run Meeting in Baltimore, Md., and a sojourner at Belize City Meeting in Belize.

Posted in: Books That Have Changed Us, November 2018 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
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Injustice: The Story of the Holy Land Foundation Five

By Miko Peled. Just World Books, 2018. 224 pages. $22.95/paperback; $20.99/eBook. In Injustice: The Story of the Holy Land Foundation [鈥

Lauren Brownlee is a member of Bethesda (Md.) Meeting, a Steering Committee member of the Quaker Palestine Israel Network, and serves on Baltimore Yearly Meeting鈥檚 Peace and Social Concerns Committee.

Posted in: Meetings and Money, October 2018 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
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