# of Columns:
A Mess of Relatives

story by: Kris Sandoz and Jen Schulze

illustrations by: Zi Valsileva

American Indian Liberation

by: George E. "Tink" Tinker

A Theology of Sovereignty

As Clean as a Bone

by: Emmett Wheatfall

Because of This

by: Jim Teeters

Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching: How to Live, Love, and Lead

Coral Castles

by: Carol Bialock, RSCJ


death will come

by: Bill Denham

Glory Happening

by: Kaitlin B. Curtice

Finding the Divine in Everyday Places

God Is Red

by: Vine Deloria Jr.

A Native View of Religion

Going the Extra Mile

by: Norval Hadley

Adventures with God in Seventy-Five Countries

Hurricane Season

by: Lauren K. Denton

In the Stillness

by: Elizabeth Mills

poems, prayers, reflections

Love Is Deeper Than Distance

by: Peg Edera

Poems of love, death, a little sex, ALS, dementia, and the widow's life thereafter.

Made Like Martha

by: Katie M. Reid

Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done

Malone University

by: Jacalynn J. Stuckey

A Commemorative History, 18922017

Minding the Light

by: Suzanne Woods Fisher

Nantucket Legacy #2

On the Brink of Everything

by: Parker J. Palmer

Grace, Gravity & Getting Old

Portrait of a Quaker

by: Don McNichols

A critical biography of Levi T. Pennington

Primitive Christianity Revived

by: William Penn

Translated to Modern English by: Paul Buckley

Primitive Quakerism Revived

by: Paul Buckley

Living as Friends in the Twenty-First Century

Taking My Life Back

by: Rebekah Gregory

My Story of Faith, Determination, and Surviving the Boston Marathon Bombing

Tatertown's Talent Show

by: Janice Lathrop

illustrated by: Judi Weigandt

The Breath Between

by: Bethany Lee

An Invitation to Mystery and Joy

The Fearless Benjamin Lay

by: Marcus Rediker

The Quaker Dwarf Who Became the First Revolutionary Abolitionist

The Road Home

by: Beverly Lewis

The Shalom of God

by: Howard R. Macy

The Way to Love

by: Matt Boswell

Reimagining Christian Spiritual Growth as the Hopeful Path of Virtue

Walk Humbly, Serve Boldly

by: Margery Post Abbott

Modern Quakers as Everyday Prophets

What Is Justice?

by: Bill Denham

a personal exploration



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