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Newsletter Occasional site and general Quaker news Edited by Bill Samuel, Webservant, QuakerInfo.com
I haven't gotten the articles I've been planning on writing done, but I have added material written by others recently:
"Let Your Lives Preach" - Friends often quote this statement from founder George Fox. A small group of Plain Friends provides this essay on it.
Friends Christmas Experiences, Part 5 - In 1998, I collected experiences and reflections from many Friends regarding Christmas. Recently I received a copy of a message shared in worship on this subject by David Hadley Finke, which I got permission to add to the site. I'm inviting other Friends to provide additional experiences and reflections for this page.
More Quaker News From Headlines at QuakerInfo.com
Strangely enough, although I've been checking headlines regularly, I haven't found things appropriate to add since my last Newsletter. So this heading is a bit of a misnomer in this issue. I will invite folks to read my own seasonally appropriate reflections on The Magnificat.
New links to Quaker news, from both the mass media and Quaker sources, are frequently added on the main page of QuakerInfo.com. Keep checking back for the latest.
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