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.
Peterson Toscano tried everything he could to “cure” himself of being gay. Then he discovered Quakers. Now he travels the country telling his story.
Quaker professor George Lakey’s 8 nonviolent strategies to respond to terrorism piqued the Pentagon’s interest. Learn what happened next.
When Quakers say we want to work for peace, does that just mean a lack of war? Or is it something greater?
Was Richard Nixon a Quaker? It’s a question we hear a lot. Quaker author and historian Larry Ingle tackles the question.
Historically, Quakers are known for abstaining from drinking alcohol. What was the reason behind Quaker teetotalism? Was that always the case?
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?
Quaker and military chaplain Zac Moon has a unique perspective on the effects of war. He has some ideas for how we can help military service members to come home.
What are the most relevant Bible passages to the Quaker faith? Mark Wutka shares his list.