Young Adult Friends are often transitory and sometimes don’t return to Quakerism. So how can they stay engaged?
What’s it like to make a decision with 180-200 Quakers from all over the country? According to Dorsey Green, “It’s like the whole room shimmers.”
Why do Quakers care about politics? We asked Marge Abbott and Noah Baker Merrill.
Jennie Isbell explores her journey from skepticism into activism.
In this week’s QuakerSpeak, Friends explore the time-tested practice of Quaker traveling ministry, still a powerful tool for Friends meetings to “renew their minds and wake up”.
Whether it’s world peace, climate change, poverty, or justice, Ruth Flower has lobbied Congress about it. And she wants you to become a lobbyist, too.
QuakerSpeak explores Friends’ perspectives on immigration, reframing the common notion that “we have an immigration problem.”
For 18 years, Lon Burnam was a member of the Texas House of Representatives. He is also an active Quaker and a pacifist.
When Quakers say that their worship service is “programmed” or “unprogrammed”, what do they mean?
How do we deal with the fact that not all Quakers are like us? For Benigno, our answer to this question is key to how Friends live out our testimonies in the world.