‘I have seen our traditional decision-making process being slowly eroded.’

Recent developments in Yearly Meeting are raising questions about how we make decisions, says Rex Ambler. Are we forgetting our distinctive Quaker approach?

'...I have been puzzled and dismayed.' | Photo: MHJ / iStock.com.

Some recent developments in Yearly Meeting are making me wonder whether we are changing our model of decision-making. Has our old, distinctly Quaker way proved to be too cumbersome or slow? Are we failing to keep up with the modern world? Do we need to streamline our ways of working?

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