Rt @diygreg: @JTinDC in this interview Judi Dench she talks what being a has meant to her http://t.co/xJISLv0ziN (Source)
Trending on QuakerQuaker: 1. John Wilbur and immediacy or The Way Not Mediated http://t.co/GapAkNAz8f (Source)
Viewpoint Forrest Curo: “How Are We To Live In This Light?” http://t.co/YuVNvllh2e (Source)
Kevin Roberts: What’s Wrong With Fracking?
“I’m somewhat bemused by the hostility and fear that the process of [fracking] seems to instill in many people, especially when they depend so heavily on its products for their own lifestyle choices.”
Trending on QuakerQuaker: 1. Quakers: The Video Game http://t.co/oE3TKXc4a4 (Source)
New Event Listing: Words and Music: Featuring Yim Rodriguez and Steve Cleaver http://t.co/qy4mQpaNKh (Source)
Wess Daniels: Building a Participatory Church | Gathering In Light
At it’s core, the Quaker tradition is participatory. It is a movement within Christianity meant to “remix” Christianity – to take what is already there and make it authentically your own. No one else’s words will do, no creed will work, not rituals or forms can – on their own – be enough.
Marcelle Martin: The New Birth
One of the reasons I have dragged my feet so long about sharing what I’ve learned from early Friends is precisely because of the inadequacy, fear and resistance that I, too, feel when faced with their message.
Joshua Brown on the unstated tests for membership
many Friends have adopted other “tests” for membership, usually unwritten – is this person sufficiently evangelical, or sufficiently liberal, to get along with us?
Micah Bales: Time To Dive In!
In a community that values listening spirituality as much as our does, we are often tempted to allow numbed passivity to masquerade as discernment.