By Jeff Rasley. Self‐published, 2019. 494 pages. $14.99/paperback; $5.99/eBook.
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You Have to Get Lost Before You Can Be Found: A Memoir of Suffering, Grit, and Love of the Himalayas and Basa Village
Karie Firoozmand is the Book Review Editor.Posted in: Drugs, January 2020 Book Reviews, Quaker Book Reviews
Olson—Holly DiMicco Olson, 58, on May 1, 2019, at home in Sellersville, Pa., after an extended struggle with ovarian cancer. […]
A Friend’s idea of Christianity is one of a relationship with her maker.
A textile designer by profession, Edwina Dankwa Assan founded the social enterprise Edtex over 20 years ago to ethically produce handmade, color-fast fabrics for fashion designers and home decorators. She is a member of Hill House Meeting in Accra, Ghana.Posted in: Faith and Practice, Quaker Kids
By Mitali Perkins, illustrated by Sara Palacios. Farrar, Straus and Giroux Books for Young Readers, 2019. 40 pages. $17.99/hardcover; $9.99/eBook. […]
Eileen Redden is the young Friends book review editor for Friends Journal. She worships with the Lewes (Del.) Worship Group.Posted in: December 2019 Books: A Young Friends Bookshelf, Quaker Book Reviews, Quaker Kids
By Marc Tyler Nobleman, illustrated by Melissa Iwai. Clarion Books, 2018. 40 pages. $17.99/hardcover; $12.99/eBook. Recommended for ages 6–9.
Margaret Crompton is a member of Britain Yearly Meeting and wrote the Pendle Hill pamphlet Nurturing Children’s Spiritual Well-Being. Recent publications focus on poetry, short stories, and drama.Posted in: December 2019 Books: A Young Friends Bookshelf, Quaker Book Reviews, Quaker Kids
Quaker institutions: What’s working and what isn’t and which beloved institutions do we need to make sure we keep alive? […]
Martin Kelley is senior editor of Friends Journal. [email protected].Posted in: From the Editor's Desk
Christian slavery and White supremacy.
Katharine Gerbner is associate professor of history at the University of Minnesota. She grew up in Philadelphia, Pa., and graduated from Germantown Friends School. She currently attends Twin Cities Meeting in Saint Paul, Minn.Posted in: Features, September 2019
Fourth Season’s Featured Video
Our introduction to the April issue on Humor in Religion.
A family tragedy unleashes a flood of unexpected emotions and lessons.
Kat Griffith is a member of Winnebago Worship Group in east central Wisconsin, a high school teacher, and former homeschooler. She has previously written for Friends Journal about Northern Yearly Meeting's relationship with Salvadoran Friends and "Conversations from the Heartland," a series of discussions with conservative Christian homeschooling friends.
An earlier version of this article appeared in the November 2016 issue of What Canst Thou Say?Posted in: Features, February 2019