Hello world!

This is a personal blog for folks who are interested in the future of Friends/Quakers. No genealogy, no guy wearing the Quaker Oats costume — what does it mean to be a Friend/Quaker today?

Some of my thoughts have been posted elsewhere, published in my books, or uploaded as sermons. Good ideas can be recycled!

I’ll try not to load this up with a lot of jargon, but if you see a term or a phrase you don’t understand, please tell me and I’ll post an explanation.

1 Response to “Hello world!”

  1. 1 Ann Miller October 11, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    Josh, I grieve with you and with my West Richmond family. You will always be my “home” among Quakers. I have been praying for WRM and IYM since learning from Keith Esch how the welcoming and affirming minute was being received. Particularly, I pray for you, Stephanie C-E, and Rich Sinex since I know you all have borne much of the labor and agony this has involved. I will continue to do so with love. Thank you for the blog. It, along with Margaret Fraser’s, helps me stay closer to you and to what is happening in and for my beloved community.

    Ann Miller

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