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  • Group Spiritual Nurture: The Wisdom of Spiritual Listening - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads Group Spiritual Nurture The Wisdom of Spiritual Listening By Daphne Clement Pendle Hill Pamphlet 373 2004 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis In the intimacy that develops over time in a Spiritual Nurture Group members connect on a deep level of the Spirit Coming together in a group to share and listen gives birth to a way of being in community that is sacred The silence of Quaker worship the listening for the still voice within is at the heart of the process described in this pamphlet It is in experiencing this silence and being able to share what it reveals that participants come to reach a new depth of intimacy within themselves with group members and with other people in their lives This essay by Daphne Clement an experienced facilitator of Spiritual Nurture Groups is both an introduction to this kind of spiritual nurture and a guide for those interested in creating a group Clement sets forth the benefits of the spiritual companioning that regular meetings foster and offers readers a step by step explanation of the process a group follows By Daphne Clement Pendle Hill Pamphlet 373 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the Internet We also record them for those who are unable to watch the live session To view upcoming live stream and past

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  • The Practice of the Love of God - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    parts of a living whole and that there are no boundaries in God s whole Kingdom To Kenneth Boulding it was a strange heresy to treat the realm of emotion as secondary to the intellectual Rather he urges us to explore love unlimited by time or place love in out families with our neighbors and in our meetings and churches all possible through our love for God The author concludes with his vision for the world and his assurance that there is no room for despair that God is always redeeming the world that from the depths of misery there will be a reawakening of divine love a new springtime to the weary earth About the Author s Kenneth Boulding was born in 1910 in Liverpool England Raised a Methodist he joined the Religious Society of Friends when he was an undergraduate at Oxford Starting as a chemist he went on to become an economist beginning studies at the University of Chicago in 1932 He became a citizen of the United States in 1937 In 1941 he married Elise Biorn Hansen they had five children and sixteen grandchildren From the beginning Kenneth and Elise were central to the peace research movement and active in many Friends Meetings and organizations Kenneth Boulding taught in many universities published thirty five books and served as president of the American Economics Association the International Peace Studies Association the Society for General Systems Research and the American Association for the Advancement of Science He was also a noted Quaker poet composing There is a Spirit The Nayler Sonnets PHP 337 and Sonnets from the Interior Life He wrote poetry until his last days Pendle Hill published his most recent poems in the 1994 compilation Sonnets from Later Life 1981 1993 Kenneth Boulding died in 1993

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  • The Mystery of Quaker Light - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    conference center Pendle Hill is a study retreat and conference center located on 23 tranquil acres in the heart of a Quaker community near Philadelphia Pennsylvania News Notes Vision Mission History Community Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads The Mystery of Quaker Light By Peter Bien Pendle Hill Pamphlet 384 2006 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Light is the central metaphor in the religious lives of Friends but not of Friends alone The light that lighteth every person who cometh into the world has served as an image of sacred mystery for ancient Hebrews and Greeks for Dante for modern poets and for theorists on the physics of electromagnetism What has Light meant to different people throughout the ages How did various ideas about Light influence the prologue to John s Gospel What did early Friends understand Light to mean In this pamphlet Peter Bien explores the theology and poetry of Friends favorite religious symbol By Peter Bien Pendle Hill Pamphlet 384 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the Internet We also record them for those who are unable to watch the live session To view upcoming live stream and past recorded events on your computer tablet or smartphone click on the button below Our Latest Articles What does it mean to live with Integrity Pendle Hill Rewind February 1962 Welcome Susan Chast

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  • The Mindful Quaker - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    Quakers have been drawn to the study of Buddhist teachings and to the practices of meditation and mindfulness as taught in Buddhism Valerie Brown who is both a Quaker and a Buddhist explores the gifts that Buddhism has to offer Friends in our search for unity with the Divine Ground for clarity in our worship and for equanimity in our lives Writing as a dedicated seeker in both traditions she identifies the points of commonality as well as the valuable insights and techniques that Friends can derive from a discipline that has developed through more than 2 500 years of practice About the Author s Valerie Brown is a member of Solebury Monthly Meeting PA and a popular Pendle Hill workshop leader She was ordained as a lay member of the Tien Hiep Order in 2003 by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh and is a founding member of Old Path Sangha a Buddhist community in New Hope PA Trained at the Center for Courage and Renewal with Parker J Palmer she has studied mindfulness and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction with Jon Kabat Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center Center for Mindfulness in Medicine Health Care and Society She is a certified Kundalini yoga teacher Her writings on spirituality have been widely published and include Pendle Hill Pamphlet 386 The Mindful Quaker A Brief Introduction to Buddhist Wisdom for Friends Pendle Hill Pamphlet 386 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most

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  • Matthew 18: Wisdom for Living in Community - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    a Quaker community near Philadelphia Pennsylvania News Notes Vision Mission History Community Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads Matthew 18 Wisdom for Living in Community By Connie Green and Marty Grundy Pendle Hill Pamphlet 399 2008 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Friends are called to live in community but being with other human beings does not always go smoothly Our difficult interactions with others challenge us to wrestle with our personal strengths weaknesses and former experiences Marty Grundy and Connie McPeak Green have spent years exploring the eighteenth chapter of the Gospel of Matthew which contains Jesus advice to his disciples about how to get along with one another Living in accordance with this guidance may be the most difficult thing they have ever tried to do but in grappling with its meaning they have found the instructions straightforward and suffused with love In this essay they describe what they have learned from their efforts to be faithful They also demonstrate one way of studying and using the Bible Discussion questions included By Connie Green and Marty Grundy Pendle Hill Pamphlet 399 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the Internet We also record them for those who are unable to watch the live session To view upcoming live stream and past recorded events on your computer tablet or smartphone click on the button

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  • Christianity and the Inner Life - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Friends in the unprogrammed liberal tradition respond in a wide variety of ways to the language and teachings of Christianity In her explorations of the writings of early Friends Marge Abbott has discovered her own approach to Christian perspectives one that speaks specifically to her experiences of the Divine Light She finds inspiration and fellowship with early and modern Friends for whom Christ is central without excluding the wisdom and inspiration of other religious traditions Engagement with evangelical Friends and social justice work have expanded her sense of compassion Her example is an invitation to spiritual receptivity a stance that emphasizes yes and connection rather than separations among those who hold different beliefs About the Author s Margery Post Abbot is a member of Multnomah Monthly Meeting an unprogrammed Friends meeting in Portland Oregon She has been released by her meeting to follow a calling of teaching and writing about her faith Her publications include the anthologies A Walk Worthy of Your Calling Quakers and the Traveling Ministry co edited with Peggy Senger Parsons and A Different Kind of Perfection An Anthology of Evangelical and Liberal Quaker Writers as well as writings about Quakerism and mysticism among Friends Her book On Being Broken and Tender Theological Reflections of a Liberal Friend was published by Quaker Press in 2009 Pendle Hill Pamphlet 402 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are

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  • Envisioning a Moral Economy - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    how we might think about our economy and its purposes in new ways by including religious sources of wisdom and morality in our vision of a just and humane economic future About the Author s Tom Head is professor of Economics and chairperson of International Studies at George Fox University in Newberg Oregon where he has been on the faculty for over thirty years During these decades he has also been actively involved with unprogrammed Quakers in Portland Oregon first as a member of Multnomah Monthly Meeting and more recently as one of the founding members of Bridge City Friends Meeting He is nourished by the challenge of finding theological and spiritual common ground between divergent groups Quaker and otherwise He has a passion for interfaith work and has had a longstanding interest in the integration of religion and economics In pursuit of putting faith into practice he has been actively involved with a number of Quaker NGOs including the Quaker Institute for the Future the American Friends Service Committee and the Quaker United Nations Office serving as a delegate for QUNO to the World Trade Organization s Sixth Ministerial Conference in Hong Kong in 2005 and the United Nations International Conference on Financing for Development in Monterrey Mexico in 2002 His pamphlet Envisioning a Moral Economy grew out of his November 2008 Pendle Hill workshop on the same theme and the July 2009 Quaker Institute for the Future Summer Seminar held at the Pacific School of Religion Berkeley California Tom is grateful for the contributions of the participants in both of those events and he welcomes reader feedback and ongoing conversation at thead georgefox edu Pendle Hill Pamphlet 405 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism

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  • Living from the Center: Mindfulness Meditation and Centering for Friends - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    centering down This is the first step in a Friend s intention to wait in holy expectancy to be drawn by the Light into communion with God Centering prayer is also a practice used by Christian mystics to prepare for contemplation and centering describes the meditation of a Buddhist in pursuit of that deep awareness called mindfulness Valerie Brown is an explorer and teacher of centering practices a Buddhist and an active Friend Drawing upon her own experiences and wide studies she describes for Friends how these various traditions can offer us a better understanding and preparedness for our precious elusive mysterious and simple practice of centering into worship Discussion questions included About the Author s Valerie Brown is a member of Solebury Monthly Meeting PA and a popular Pendle Hill workshop leader She was ordained as a lay member of the Tien Hiep Order in 2003 by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh and is a founding member of Old Path Sangha a Buddhist community in New Hope PA Trained at the Center for Courage and Renewal with Parker J Palmer she has studied mindfulness and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction with Jon Kabat Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center Center for Mindfulness in Medicine Health Care and Society She is a certified Kundalini yoga teacher Her writings on spirituality have been widely published and include Pendle Hill Pamphlet 386 The Mindful Quaker A Brief Introduction to Buddhist Wisdom for Friends Pendle Hill Pamphlet 407 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books

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