The Quaker faith tradition that we inherited won’t be the same when we pass it on. How can we leave it better?
How do we respond to our fellow humans in need? For David Breitzmann, it starts with the understanding that they are us.
Sitting in silent worship can be challenging even for adults. How do Quaker youth programs help children connect to Quaker spirituality through movement, play, and joyful creation?
When Ayesha Imani found Quakers, she knew this was where she belonged. But she also felt limited by the culture she perceived in Quaker meeting—that is until she tried worshiping with other Quakers of African descent.
During a lunch counter protest in 1960, a white supremacist threatened to stab David Hartsough with a knife. What David said to his would-be attacker was the last thing the man was expecting, and it transformed the situation.
For Quakers, the word “elder” can mean several different things. As Elaine Emily explains, none of them have anything to do with age.
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.