Being a Quaker isn’t just about going to Meeting on Sunday morning. It’s about opening yourself to being transformed and then living in way that not everyone will understand. How do we find the courage?
Quakers don’t talk about conversion or outward baptism. Instead we say that we’ve become “convinced.” What does that look like?
What are the most relevant Bible passages to the Quaker faith? Mark Wutka shares his list.
When we sit in silence on Sunday morning, Quakers often like to say that we’re “listening”. But what does that still small voice sound like?
Why are Quaker graveyards different? Early Quakers believed that ornate gravestones communicated the dominion of the upper classes, even in death. Earlham College professor Tom Hamm takes us through the history of Quaker cemeteries.
Ross Hennesy explains how Quaker worship helps him to manage some of life’s most difficult emotions.
Do Quakers have music in their worship? These Quakers do! Laura Dungan and Aaron Fowler talk music, Spirit, and a sound so low the human ear can’t perceive it.
What do Quakers mean when we say that “Christ has come to teach his people himself?” FUM’s Colin Saxton explores this question.
Callid Keefe-Perry shares how Quakers used to worship wherever and whenever they felt the Spirit moving, and how exciting it can be to do that today.
Kody Hersh lifts up the Jesus who stood with those on the margins of society.