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A well-known Quaker historian explores the qualities of Quaker faith and practice that contribute to living sustainably in the world today.
A curriculum designed for use in Quaker meetings to teach children from 4-12 about the life of Jesus, his significance for Quakerism and his role in our lives today. Including stories from the Bible, activities, role play and drama.
One can pick up this 168-page book and start anywhere; each story stands on its own merits, including pictures of the hero/heroine at various stages of life.
The legacy of Sarah Mapps Douglass, African American scholar, educator, abolitionist, artist, and faithful attender of Quaker meeting, has much to say to Friends in the 21st century.
In this book you will find everything you need to create lessons for children ages 3 to 8 and build a classroom community in your Quaker meeting.
In this keynote address for the July 2005 New York Yearly Meeting annual sessions, Vanessa Julye addresses the reality of racism within the Religious Society of Friends.