Environmental sustainability is a global concern. How do Quakers approach this work? We talked with two Friends who have collaborated with Quakers from around the world to answer this question.
While Quakers believe that we all can be ministers, some are given leadings to commit themselves to ministries deeper and farther afield. How do meetings help discern and support these leadings?
Politics is on our minds this week. Marge Abbott and Noah Merrill explore how Friends have been called to engage in the political conversation in the past and offer a vision for the future.
Ever wondered who is behind the camera when you watch a QuakerSpeak video? We convinced director Jon Watts to switch places with the Friends Journal editors and answer some questions about his approach to the project.
We talk with Friends from New England Yearly Meeting about how to deepen Quaker meeting for worship.
Quaker Pastor Gregg Koskela came to Friends from various Evangelical Christian denominations. Here are the top 10 things that attracted him to Quakerism.
When Quakers have a tough decision to make, we help each other listen by holding a clearness committee.
Quaker Ben Pink Dandelion joined Friends because they were working for peace and shared values with anarchists. Then he had a spiritual awakening.
This summer we traveled to New England Yearly Meeting and asked Quakers from all over the region: how does your meeting do outreach? How do you welcome newcomers?
Every 5 years, Friends World Committee for Consultation publishes a map of Quakers worldwide. We talk with Gretchen Castle, General Secretary of FWCC, about Friends around the world.