Sometimes the most challenging parts of our faith tradition end up being the most rewarding. According to Lloyd Lee Wilson, it takes a commitment.
Quaker artist Joey Hartmann-Dow connects with those she disagrees with by looking to the one thing we all have in common: we are humans.
The Earth Quaker Action Team is a group of activists that incorporate silent Quaker worship into their protests. As a college student, Lina Blount was captivated by this style of direct action, and it started her on a Quaker journey.
Quaker author Michael Birkel felt that we aren’t hearing the whole truth about Islam, so he went out to discover it for himself.
How can Quakers play a role in racial healing? According to Sterling Duns, it’s going to take a lot of dreaming.
As a jazz musician, Colton Weatherston finds solace in silent Quaker meeting, where he doesn’t have to to think about music. But he also finds some similarities.
What is a Quaker query? As shopkeepers and businesspeople, Quakers developed queries as a way of taking “moral and spiritual inventory” of themselves. Doug Gwyn explains.
As a social worker, Melody George feels passionate about what she calls “mental diversity” in faith communities. How are Quakers in a unique position to build this diversity?
What makes Quakers a “peaceable” people? As Anthony Manousos explains, it’s not a lack of conflict.
Quaker painter Adrian Martinez works in solitude yet craves the communal silence of Quaker worship. We talk with him about art, spirituality, and how a poor kid from D.C. wound up painting for U.S. presidents.