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QHD is two days away!

Quaker Heritage Day 2012 is this Saturday! In case you have some time to do a little reading in preparation, here are a few resources Brent recommends:

Bill, Brent J. 2010. “A Modest Proposal: For the revitalization of the Quaker message in the United States.” Self-published. http://brentbill.com/files/AModestProposalsmallerversion.pdf

Gorman, George H. 1973. The amazing fact of Quaker worship. London: Friends Home Service Committee.

Punshon, John. 2006. Encounter with silence: reflections from the Quaker tradition. Richmond, Ind: Friends United Press.

And here’s a link to the schedule for the day.

Hope to see you on Saturday!

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QHD 2012 approacheth!

Quaker Heritage Day 2012 is just about a month away! Please join us on Saturday, 3/10/2012 for A Modest Proposal: Participating in God’s Future for Friends, a day of spiritual reflection facilitated by J. Brent Bill.

Brent writes:

Join us for a day of spiritual reflection and exploring God’s future for Friends. It will be a day focused on positive language, idea generation, learning, sharing, videos, and more, using interactive techniques and tools. You’ll come away from this day with a fresh sense of God’s working with and among us.

Most of the information you need can be found in the following places:

  1. The flier with full information about Brent, schedule for the day, etc.
  2. Our brand-spanking new online registration form! Use it today to let us know you’re coming!
  3. Brent’s blog (well, one of them, anyway) and website.

We are looking forward to it and hope to see you there!

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