You will say, Christ saith this, and the apostles say this: but what canst thou say?
Art thou a child of Light and hast thou walked in the Light, and what thou speakest, is it inwardly from God? —George Fox
We have finished the November 2018 issue on "Insights from Our Ancestors” pretty early. The print version will be in your mailbox in the next month or so. The web version is already published on this website <https://static1.squarespace.com/static/52e84b12e4b04e00fe345ffc/t/5ba86b85e2c4832fe2aef7c7/1537764329251/WCTS-2018-Nov-web-final.pdf>. This theme generated a number of poignnant stories, largely due to the recruiting efforts of Betty Brody, our Guest Editor. This is WCTS’s 100th issue! Your Editorial Team mused at the end to the web version on our experiences of bringing WCTS to you.
The May issue of WCTS on the theme of "Other Lives" includes a 90th birthday meditation from William Shetter followed by a conversation between him and Guest Editor Rhonda Ashurst. That conversation continues on our blog https://worshipsharinginprint.wordpress.com/2018/05/07/continuing-the-conversation/. If you are not already, become a follower of that blog and join the conversation by commenting on the blog or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a post for the blog. Thanks for contributing.
WCTS invites everyone to follow our other WCTS blog https://quakermystics.wordpress.com/ where Mike Resman is sharing his poetry ministry.
The February 2019 issue of WCTS is on the theme "Being with the Dying". Click here for the queries.
What Canst Thou Say organize the Ministers and Elders Colloquium, which was planned by Maurine Pyle and Pamela Richardson and attended by 28 selected participants at the Cenacle Retreat Center in Chicago IL. Mike Resman of WCTS acted as registrar and the other editors contributed to documentation, which led to the Proceedings, which is now available for download here and for purchase on lulu.com. Just search for "WCTS".