Tag Archives: holding in the Light

The Power of Healing Prayer

We all have the capacity to be channels of powerful, divine, healing love.  The more we practice this, the more we are likely to experience that power flowing through us to a world in need. As a child I said … Continue reading

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Creating Loving Community by Supporting Faithfulness

When I prayed about my Pendle Hill lecture in advance–held it in the Light and listened inwardly for God’s guidance–two strong messages came to me.  The first was to let the event BE what it was talking about.  This meant … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Gatherings

I have just returned from attending both Quaker Spring and the FGC Gathering, held on consecutive weeks. Loving community blossomed at both, but they were quite different gatherings. Continue reading

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Quakers and the Light

A delightful short YouTube video in the QuakerSpeak series shows nine contemporary Friends describing the Light and how they have experienced it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0SLPW0JHsU
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