Book Musings, March 2022
by Audrey Greenhall Here’s a sampling of what’s new at QuakerBooks. Keep updated regularly through our New and Recent Arrivals collection.
FGC Newsletters – Spring 2021
Each month, FGC distributes digital newsletters to share updates and information about FGC and its programs.
Vital Friends: Five Quaker Authors to Follow
Here are five Quaker authors whose work we’re blessed to follow.
Vital Friends: An Interview with QuakerPress Editor Audrey Greenhall
Since 2017, Audrey Greenhall has nurtured FGC’s ministry of the word through our online bookstore, QuakerBooks.
Celebrate Library Lovers’ Month with FGC!
Did you know that each year, the entire month of February is devoted to libraries and the people who love them?
“On Vocal Ministry”: Read the new Pendle Hill Pamphlet by Barry Crossno and J. Brent Bill
FGC’s General Secretary Barry Crossno and Quaker author J. Brent Bill have collaborated on a new Pendle Hill pamphlet that examines the spiritual process of vocal ministry.
October 2017 eNewsletters: Vital Friends and BookMusings
Each month, FGC is pleased to share resources and updates with Friends through our Vital Friends and BookMusings eNewsletters
Changes Coming to QuakerBooks!
We’ve been listening to you, our customers, about how you want QuakerBooks to be of service and what kind of customer service you’d like. We are pleased to announce some important changes that will help QuakerBooks focus on our core services.
September 2017 eNewsletters: Vital Friends and BookMusings
Explore FGC’s September 2017 issues of Vital Friends and BookMusings.
QuakerBooks & More of FGC Welcomes New Staff Member!
FGC is pleased to welcome Audrey Greenhall to its bookstore, QuakerBooks & More!
Words by Friends: Edith Maxwell
Edith Maxwell is an Agatha-nominated and national best-selling author who is the writer of not one but four mystery series who receives inspiration for her written work from her spiritual background as Quaker
BookMusings: March 2017
In this issue, QuakerBooks & More celebrates women’s history.