With all the talk of “witch hunts” lately, we’ve noticed that people confuse Quakers with the Puritans. Clearly they haven’t heard the story of Mary Dyer.
Quakers make decisions together in such a way that ideally, everyone’s voice is heard. For Gil George, it’s a revolutionary process.
Why are Quakers called Quakers? Do they literally quake? We asked 15 modern Friends.
Think you might be a Quaker? Watch this video!
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.
Not everyone in Quaker Meeting speaks the same theological language, but Friends have a way to listen for the Spirit behind the words.
Last week we posted a video about Quakers and the Kingdom of God. But is the word “Kingdom” antiquated, or even offensive? This week, Callid Keefe-Perry explores the baggage behind the phrase and explains why he still uses it.
Quakers have often talked about the “Kingdom of God” but what do we mean by it? We asked 7 Friends about their perspective.
In this week’s QuakerSpeak video, O talks about the role of listening in healing our humanity. What happens when we really listen to one another?
The practice of Quakerism doesn’t just take place on Sunday morning. Many of us have spiritual disciplines that we carry throughout the week. Patricia McBee explores the Quaker disciplines that address this need.