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Prophets, Midwives, and Thieves: Reclaiming the Ministry of the Whole

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In the the Dwight and Ardis Michener Memorial Lecturer 2013 at Southeastern Yearly Meeting, Noah Baker Merrill challenges the participant to to notice that, “In a world experiencing unprecedented climatic, ecological, and societal change, many in the Religious Society of Friends are coming to know our own need for newness. We thirst to find and share a clearer sense of the relevance of our beloved tradition to the challenges we face. We yearn to come more fully alive together, to speak and serve today in the Life and Power that generations of our spiritual ancestors knew. Across North America and beyond, Friends are recognizing a shared calling to rediscover and reclaim traditional understandings of who we are and how we are as Friends that will help us continue to travel this Way of Love.”

The eBook-cover painting Casco Bay is by Roger Vincent Jasaitis, Putney Friends Meeting.

The print-pamphlet cover sketch of a Kenyan fishing boat is by Lyn Cope.

Author: Noah Baker Merrill is the Secretary of New England Yearly Meeting and was plenary speaker at the FWCC 6th World Conference of Friends held in Kenya in 2012.

Publisher: Southeastern Yearly Meeting Publications

September 27, 2016 JBB

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