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When Carter Nash decided to take seriously the Bible verse “God is love,” it changed everything.
Quakers believe that if we want to hear God, we need to listen.
Early in our history, Quakers were successful in business because of our integrity. In a field dominated by dishonest and manipulative practices, Quakers’ simplicity and honesty was a breath of fresh air. Could the same approach work today in politics?
In order to have a healthy relationship with God, Quaker author Phil Gulley says that we must first unlearn what we’ve been taught.
Responsible investing doesn’t just mean screening out gambling, drugs and weapons. As the investment manager for over 390 Quaker organizations, Friends Fiduciary also does something called “shareholder advocacy”—talking with companies about how they can be more just, peaceful and equitable in their business practices.
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and QuakerSpeak gathered a group of new Quakers and asked what led them to try being Quaker. Here’s what they said.
Some say that going for a walk in the woods is a spiritual practice, but what’s the point? According to Doug Gwyn, early Quaker writings teach that in order to understand our place in Earth’s ecosystem, we are called to reach out and connect to the nonverbal world.
Many seekers have discovered Quakers through online quizzes like Beliefnet, but what do they mean by “Liberal” and “Orthodox” Quakerism?
Stephanie Crumley-Effinger was “recorded” as a minister in Indiana Yearly Meeting in 1982. We talked with her about the recording process, and what she’s learned about Quaker ministry since.