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.
In order to have a healthy relationship with God, Quaker author Phil Gulley says that we must first unlearn what we’ve been taught.
What do Quakers believe? As an experiential religion with no creed, there isn’t always an easy answer. We asked 26 Quakers, and the resulting conversations were powerful.
Discovering George Fox’s Journal when we was just 14 years old, Kevin-Douglas Olive found a language to describe his experience and the people he belonged with.
In our achievement-oriented culture, how do we make time to just be? For Stephanie Crumley-Effinger, our Quaker foremothers and forefathers have the answer.
Where did the church go wrong? For Quaker pastor and author Philip Gulley, it’s not heeding Jesus’s central message: compassion.
Can you meditate in Quaker meeting for worship? According to these 5 Friends, having a meditation practice can be fine, even helpful. But it shouldn’t end there.
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.