Road blocks

Ian Beeson writes about road blocks to concerted action in the world: the limiting language of concerns and gifts

Friends gathering in the Large Meeting House. | Photo: Trish Carn.

After three years of considering ‘What it means to be a Quaker today’, Britain Yearly Meeting has now just had the second of three sessions focused on ‘Living out our faith in the world’. How far are we getting in these long discernments?

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