Peterson Toscano tried everything he could to “cure” himself of being gay. Then he discovered Quakers. Now he travels the country telling his story.
Ross Hennesy explains how Quaker worship helps him to manage some of life’s most difficult emotions.
What do Quakers mean when we say that “Christ has come to teach his people himself?” FUM’s Colin Saxton explores this question.
West Philly Rapper Sterling Duns talks about his writing process and how he came to be a Quaker.
A.J. Mendoza found Quakers as a young adult. He describes the powerful mystical experience that had him crying in the Meetinghouse, and kept him coming back.
Scott Holmes, a Quaker lawyer from Durham North Carolina, felt led to stop wearing a tie in the courtroom. This is his story of exploring that leading and its implications.
Whose murder “matters?” Victoria Greene’s son, Emir, was killed in 1997, one of countless victims society ignores. Now her ministry is to support families of murder victims and bring attention to the fact that every murder is real.
Quakers say that “God dwells within everyone.” What does it look like to take that seriously?
Quaker Justimore Musombi was a pastor in Kenya. That is, until he came out of the closet. Now he can’t go home.
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