In this issue, LVM Shelton reviews The Third Reconstruction.
Quaker Press of FGC is pleased to announce its first new release in almost four years – Debbie Humphries’ Seeds that Change the World: Essays on Quakerism, Spirituality, Faith, and Culture.
In this issue, Max Carter reviews “Discovering Humor in the Bible.” Plus – meet six activists worth knowing for 2017 and celebrate Rufus Jones’ birthday!
In this issue, Ellen Michaud reviews Philip Gulley’s latest venture into Hope.
The autumn and winter holiday seasons are a wonderful time to focus on who and what is important to us, and who we are as Friends.
New business hours, an exciting new opportunity for Friends who are called to the ministry of supporting independent bookstores, and a new reading list for Friends and their loved ones as they prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States.
In this edition of BookMusings, we’re looking at how faith influences the way we understand and relate to the world around us.
As we await the first crisp hints of fall, it’s delightful to anticipate the good books we’ll curl up with as the days get colder.
With our shiny website makeover, and new bookstore manager, QuakerBooks is invigorated for the end of summer and prepared for the start of fall.
FGC is pleased to welcome Samantha Wilson as Manager of QuakerBooks of FGC.
For all of you who’ve been joining us at the FGC Gathering in Minnesota, we hope you’ve had a great time, and for those elsewhere we hope you’re having a lovely summer so far.
If you’re eagerly awaiting your next hammock read, or a good beach book, we have many suggestions to intrigue your mind and enrich your life, both in fun and in spirit.