by Jack L. Willcuts
What can we do with Christians who are wrong? How can we survive church business meetings without becoming bitter or bored? How does our view of gender limit the ministry of the church? Are we committed or just committeed? Using leisure time for God's glory. Finding and encouraging new pastors, missionaries, teachers. Applying our faith to our voting record. Growing old and enjoying the process. These and many other issues are addressed with wit and wisdom by one of the twentieth-century's best-loved Quaker leaders and writers. Short, pithy pieces with relevance to human experience, this collection of editorials is easy to read.