El Espiritu Se Levanta: Voces Jovenes Cuaqueras
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translated by Emma Condori Mamani edited by: Angelina Conti, Cara Curtis, C. Wed Daniels, Harriet Hart, Sarah Katreen Hoggatt, Evelyn Jadin, John Epur Lomuria, Emma Condori Mamani, Katrina MQuail, and Rachel Ann Miller Este libro celebra, critica, cuestiona, y refleja sobre la experiencia de la fe cuaquera. Esta coleccion de escritura y arte grafico fue creada por adolescentes y jovenes adultos cuaqueros de todo el mundo y de toda la amplia gama teologica y cultural de la Sociedad Religiosa de … Read More

Welcome
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QUIP Spring 2024 Program – 20 April 2024 – Online Children’s Peace Libraries and Literacy Project  11am EDT/4pm UK to 12:15pm/5:15pm Join the QUIP Spring Programs https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82044637239?pwd=TzRUQXVsWGMzeDU4Q0x6UzRxRUJTQT09 (Meeting ID: 820 4463 7239 – – Passcode: quipsp2024) Come hear Erika Mittag (Friends Meeting Austin, TX) and Sally Farneth (Portland, Me Friends Meeting) will tell us about the publishing project they are involved with in Rwanda. The project uses open source books available from several sources and adapts and modifies story lines, … Read More

Previous conferences
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QUIP Annual Meeting Plenary Series 2021 Telling Truth Slant in a Tilted World | Brent Bill A Quaker Perspective on Writing for Young People | Sally Nicholls The Lie of the Land: Can Friends Still Handle the Truth? | Joe Jones Workshops included the following sessions: Sarah Hoggatt and Gabe Ehri Philip Gross | The Place of Silence in a Poem Panel Discussion | How to Get Spiritual Books Published QUIP Annual Meeting Plenary Series 2020 Being a Quaker for … Read More

Presence and Process
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The North American Christian church of the early twenty-first century finds itself in a period of decline. A growing percentage of young adults are not entering the front doors of churches while at the same time older and previously dedicated Christians are leaving. Coinciding with the deflation of the Western church is the explosion in popular culture of the mindfulness movement, which emphasizes meditation practices derived from Buddhism. These concurrent phenomena—the decline of Christendom in North America and the rise … Read More

Coral Castles
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A poem she wrote has been translated into multiple languages, set to music, and featured in a best-selling book on spirituality and the twelve steps. But until recently, the author of “Breathing Underwater” has been virtually unknown, and the collection containing that famous poem has never been published. Richard Rohr calls it “stunning”; other writers and poets describe Carol Bialock’s debut collection as “brilliant and luminous”; “lighthearted and holy”; “dynamic, immediate, ecstatic”; “a book of love and God … bursting … Read More