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Anastasia and Jack return with new stories that reflect the struggles and failures that lead –or not – to the kinds of successes that derive from the application of the principles of the “The Lean In Legacy Template.”
In this episode Anastasia leads off with a story from a recent experience where she, of an Observant Jewish family, collided, head-on, with a devout Catholic woman. For a time the interminable, age-old conflicts of Christians and Jews reared their ugly heads. But not for long as New Horizons’ Board Member, Sue deVeer, a Quaker educator whose timely intervention was welcomed by both women, gently guided the two to the safe shores of unity.
Again the on-air portion of this show continues with a conference call forum discussion. Guests are welcome to join in at: 712.432.0600, access code 640883 (also recorded).
Throughout Anglo-American history, the Religious Society of Friends or “Quakers” has played a political advocacy role that is often overlooked and undervalued. For instance, did you know that Pennsylvania was established based on Quaker principles by William Penn in the 17th century? And that he considered it an experiment to have equality amongst all people?
Through the centuries, Quakers have been involved with politics, looking to improve the quality of life for all. Yet today, we rarely hear about their influence or impact as described by their religion. For instance, famous Quakers who have had tremendous impact include Benjamin Franklin, Susan B Anthony, Herbert Hoover and Richard Nixon.
Today, we speak with special guest, Dot Richards about her personal experience as a political advocate and how her faith supports her work. We’ll also touch on Friends meetings and how silence can be used to maintain a safe environment in which to speak.
Join us today for a special Lunch w Louden, guest hosted by Kathleen Morgan and Tamra Temple, assisted by Marianne Castiglia and Debilyn Molineaux.
4 A wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given unto it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas. And he left them, and departed.
When I was preaching in Philadelphia, a Quaker called out for a sign. I told him to be still. After the sermon, he again asked for a sign. I told the congregation the man was an adulterer; that a wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and that the Lord had said to me in a revelation, that any man who wanted a sign was an adulterous person. "It is true," cried one, "for I caught him in the very act," which the man afterwards confessed, when he was baptized. (HC 5:268.)
(Joseph Smith, Discourses of the Prophet Joseph Smith, compiled by Alma P. Burton, p.219)
I told of an incident in 1971 at Ft. Sam Houston, on guard duty, when an audible voice of great power spoke and my companion on gaurd duty, dropped his baton and fled, thus deserting his post, and was not converted by the display. Also tells of a man who said "if you can tell me what my problem is, I will 'join your church'", whereupon he was reproved for seeking a sign that he might believe, and the Holy Ghost immediately revealed to me the man was a sodomite which I reported to his face, and who had performed the act in view of the apartment court complex in a window the previous night. He did not repent and did not fulfill his promise, though he would have been rejected for baptism as being foul and unworthy. So signs do not convert. Pharoah was not coverted by signs but watched his army drown in the Red Sea.
Listen in to Fieldstone Common this week as host Marian Pierre-Louis talks to author Diane Rapaport about her book The Naked Quaker: True Crimes and Controversies from the Courts of Colonial New England.
The word “Puritan” conjures up dour images of 17th-century New Englanders. We rarely think of Puritans as people who had fun, or sex. Our ancestors used different words, but human nature was not so different 350 years ago.
In the title story, a Quaker woman walks into Puritan Sunday meeting and drops her dress to protest actions of the colonial authorities. The Naked Quaker takes us into the lives of our ancestors, revealing how they behaved and spoke. A highway robber threatens his victim: “I will take you by your eyelids and make your heels strike fire!” A mysterious woman wields “enthusiastical power” over married men, who break the law to follow her.
Diane Rapaport, a former trial lawyer, has made a new career as a historical consultant, genealogist, award-winning author and popular speaker. She offers an unusual combination of expertise and experience—in law, history and genealogy—and she enjoys discovering and telling the stories of our past. She specializes in court records and other historical resources of New England, and her current research focuses on African Americans and Native Americans in the colonial period. She is also the author of New England Court Records: A Research Guide for Genealogists and Historians.
For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://FieldstoneCommon.blogspot.com
Shared Sacrifice with Annette Daley.
Annette and Elaine discuss what it means to take faith into action as a citizen lobbyist.
Join Annette as she explores the fascinating nexus of faith and politics from a unique perspective.
ABOUT FCNL: Founded in 1943 by members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), FCNL's nonpartisan, multi-issue advocacy connects historic Quaker testimonies on peace, equality, simplicity, and truth with peace and social justice issues. FCNL fields the largest team of registered peace lobbyists in Washington, DC. www.fcnl.org
One of the most inspirational visionaries in the world, Parker J. Palmer, Ph.D., is an activist who focuses on issues in education, community, leadership, spirituality and social change. He is the award-winning, bestselling author of nine books, including Healing the Heart of Democracy: The Courage to Create a Politics Worthy of the Human Spirit, The Heart of Higher Education: A Call to Renewal, A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward an Undivided Life, Let Your Life Speak: Listening for the Voice of Vocation, and The Courage to Teach: Exploring the Inner Landscape of a Teacher's Life.
Parker is the Founder and Senior Partner for the Center for Courage & Renewal. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley, as well as eleven honorary doctorates, two Distinguished Achievement Awards from the National Educational Press Association and an Award of Excellence from the Associated Church Press. In 2010, Palmer was given the William Rainey Harper Award, whose previous recipients include Margaret Mead, Elie Wiesel, and Paolo Freire. In 2011, Parker was named an Utne Reader Visionary, one of "25 people who are changing your world." He was recognized as one of 30 "most influential senior leaders" by the Leadership Project in 1998.
Parker has shared his insights in many high visibility forums, including the PBS program Bill Moyers Journal. Parker is a member of the Religious Society of Friends.
Parker's web site: CourageRenewal.org
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.
Romance is On The Air with Jennifer Fusco is pleased to welcome, Mary Ellis.
Mary Ellis grew up close to the Amish where she loved their peaceful agrarian lifestyle and strong sense of Christian community. She and her husband now live by the largest population of Old Order in the country where they take weekend trips to research her books. Mary enjoys reading, traveling, gardening, bicycling and swimming. Before “retiring” to write full-time, Mary taught Middle School and worked as a sales rep for Hershey Chocolate—a job with amazingly sweet fringe benefits.Living in Harmony, book one of her last series won the 2012 Lime Award for Excellence in Amish Fiction. Book two, Love Comes to Paradise, won the 2013 Lime Award. Her latest Amish romance is A Plain Man. She is currently working on a three-book historical romance series set during the Civil War. The Quaker and the Rebel released in January and The Lady and the Officer releases in July.
This podcast is owned and copyrighted by Authors On The Air Global Radio Network, LLC and produced by Pam Stack.
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Called the "fastest hour in radio", Red Letter Edition - WEEKDAYS! makes short work of understanding the Bible. You'll be constantly challenged to verify your beliefs in a way that will ultimately result in a living and lasting relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Logic and intellectual honesty are not ignored; rather, these characteristics are encouraged in Don's theological discussions.
On Sundays, look for Red Letter Edition - LIVE! This provocative show is an open forum, call-in show, with a chat room that's always alive with questions and discussion.
TRIGGER WARNING: Some or all of the discussion in this episode may be triggering to individuals.
In this second part, join RevKess and Kalisara as we expand on the topic of sex abuse in the Pagan community. We will be looking at the concept of consent, as well as talking with a few guests.
Cat Chapin-Bishop became a psychotherapist in 1986, and she has had about 20 years of experience as a counselor specializing in work with survivors of childhood sexual abuse. She served as the first Chair of Cherry Hill Seminary's Pastoral Counseling Department, and designed the earliest version of CHS's Boundaries and Ethics course, which is still central to the program there. Cat has been a Pagan since 1987, and a Quaker as well as a Pagan since 2001. Her writings can be found online at Quaker Pagan Reflections (http://quakerpagan.blogspot.com/).
Amber Moon, a Pagan police officer and one of the leaders of Officers of Avalon (http://www.officersofavalon.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/138693635354/), was to be discussing how to report abuse, but was unable to make it due to a work issue.
We will also be taking a look at the problem arising from the Florida Pagan Gathering's choice to include Gavin & Yvonne Frost in their guest lineup. The Frosts published a book in the 70s in which they explicitely encouraged the sexual initiation of minors. To date, they have not recanted this (they, in fact, republished the book with this concept intact), nor have they stopped promoting the idea in workshops and presentations.
Join Margo Lee Williams with Host Bernice Bennett for a moving discussion of her research to uncover the story of her Quaker ancestor Miles Lassiter. This story follows her research through court records and the Carolina countryside to uncover her roots as a descendant of an early African American Quaker.
Margo Lee Williams was born in New York. She holds an MA in Sociology and an MA in Religious Education. She developed an interest in genealogy early in life, but only after moving to Washington DC did she actively pursue family research. In the 30+ years since, she has researched and written extensively on her family. She is a well-known lecturer for the Family History Centers of the LDS Church in the Washington, DC area, a former editor of the Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, and through her private research company, Personal Prologue, has developed expertise in identifying heirs for intestate probates. She is currently a National Service Officer with Vietnam Veterans of America.
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World Footprints is pleased share this GOLD Award winning show which was recognized by the North American Travel Journalist Association.
In celebration of Black History Month and the 150 Anniversary Commemoration of the American Civil War and Gettysburg Address, you will see a very compelling side of Gettysburg as told through our guests. In 2013 the city of Gettysburg, the nation and the world reflected upon the Battle of Gettysburg, which took place from July 1 to July 3 1863, and President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863. We showcased what visitors can expect to see and experience following the Commemorations and beyond the battlefield with Stacey Fox, Vice President of Marketing and Sales of the Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Then, Scott Hancock, PhD, Associate Professor of History and Africana Studies at Gettysburg College joins us to discuss the role of the Underground Railroad in the war, the African-American struggle for freedom--from President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, and the seminal events that took place in Gettysburg in 1863 that forever changed America.
Finally, Debra Sandoe McCauslin of For the Cause/Gettysburg Histories takes us along the Underground Railroad in Adams County, Pennsylvania where we visit Yellow Hill and the Quaker Valley to uncover the African-American families who settled in the area and the role of Quakers in the Abolitionist Movement there.
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