Category Archives: Who are Friends?
PACIFIC NORTHWEST QUAKER WOMEN’S THEOLOGY CONFERENCE Margery Post Abbott – JUNE 2000 – BE STILL AND KNOW THAT I AM GOD. (PSALM 46.10) GOD IS THE EYE OF THE STORM My life this spring feels like the storm is crashing … Continue reading
PACIFIC NORTHWEST QUAKER WOMEN’S THEOLOGY CONFERENCE JUNE 2000 BE STILL AND KNOW THAT I AM GOD. (PSALM 46.10)
WHAT MADE EARLY FRIENDS DANGEROUS? Rosemary Moore, in her book The Light in Their Consciences, gives a compelling glimpse into the 17th century. Her book and Hugh Barbour’s book The Quakers in Puritan England, are two I commend to you … Continue reading
I’ve been known to accuse myself of lacking imagination – I can’t imagine being with anyone other than Carl, dosage I can’t imagine not being a Friend. The older I get, check the more stuck in my ways I am. … Continue reading
Editors note: The post appearing below is an excerpt from a presentation given at the Intermountain Yearly meeting in June of 2001. To download the full presentation use the link to the Word document below – MPA Link to full … Continue reading
What difference does it make in our behavior, in our hearts, and in the attitude we bring to doing business together if we speak of “consensus” or if we look to the “sense of the Meeting” or “unity”? This peculiar … Continue reading