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#1 Posted : Friday, 31 August 2018 1:55:56 PM(UTC)

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Moving Towards Wholeness is a personal workbook authored by Stephen Feltham and Peter Wilson.

This prettily illustrated workbook takes the spiritual traveler through a series of steps designed to help them focus upon what healing, wholeness and the Spirit means for them.

So far, very well acclaimed this workbook is likely to form the basis of many group sessions exploring one's spiritual identity.

Visit http://www.quaker-healin...ingtowardswholeness.aspx to find out more from the Friends Fellowship of Healing"
Stephen Feltham
#2 Posted : Tuesday, 8 January 2019 6:44:04 PM(UTC)

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Oops! I got there! Would be interesting to see if this forum could develop (with active discussions). (I haven't visited onlinequakers for some time - perhaps I should - once very active but recently in decline if not moribund).
A bit concerned about the 'insecure login' - could that be fixed? (https://)

I wanted to comment on the piece 'Squeezing out the Spirit' on the website.
I am a member of both QUG and NFN which latter group I think you refer to in saying 'one of whose fasting growing special interest groups does not, it seems to me, believe in God!'

I would like to re-assure you that NFN is not fast growing! (I think we have about 100 members at most and a conference attendance - not all members - of 40-50.) As to not believing in God, some do, some don't. One of our Steering Group believes in the 'presence of God' but not in the 'existence of God'. (I could say 'search me!'). Others have varied beliefs. Somehow, for my sins?, I am on the Steering Group or Committee of both groups (QUG and NFN) and maintain the NFN website.

On a much more personal note, in my relatively short time as a member of the RSoF, I have found QUG and NFN and their conferences of inestimable (spiritual?) value to me. NFN have held many conferences at Woodbrooke which have considered deep theological issues not much considered elsewhere amongst Friends. I approach NFN in much the same way I approached 'Experiment with Light' and Rex Ambler has spoken at NFN conferences.

I have visited Swarthmoor Hall and would like to consider attending the gathering in September but can't find any details (eg. cost, accommodation arrangements etc.) other than to contact Jane Pearson. Is that what I should do next?
Look forward to hearing from Stephen.
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