Quakers live our faith with integrity. In religious education, community events, or study groups, with young and old alike, listen with your 'child's mind' to embody Quaker practice, curious to see what will happen. Consider Quaker roles of minister, steward, and witness; experiences of convincement and conviction; experimenting with the Living Spirit in our lives; and engaging in an ecology of essential Quaker practices: worship, spiritual companions, Monthly Meeting, meetings of ministers, stewards, or witnesses, Yearly Meeting Faith and Practice, and bearing witness.
This book and video series "encourages Friends to move beyond a cognitive faith into an experiential, everyday, in-every-way kind of Quaker faith--walking in this world as a Friend." Beth Collea
"Amazing work capturing the true essence of Quakerism in words that speak across various experiences--radical, unsettling, real. I like the insistence that talking about it is not the same as experiencing it." Marty Grundy
"This is profound, brilliant work." Sita Diehl