Micah Bales
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  • Washington, DC
  • United States
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Micah Bales

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Micah Bales added a discussion to the group Friends of Jesus Fellowship
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FOJF - Washington, DC

Are you in the DC area? Interested in exploring radical community in the way of Jesus? This is a space for discussion about what that might mean for us. The Friends of Jesus Fellowship in Washington, DC is currently holding small group Bible studies, occasional worship, and just being part of one another's lives. We invite you to participate in our community, and see how God is leading us together!See More
5th month 19
Micah Bales commented on QuakerQuaker's group 'Conservative Friends'
"I would also say that Friends of Jesus Fellowship doesn't fit neatly in "programmed" or "unprogrammed" boxes. We don't really classify ourselves by worship style, but more by our shared desire to explore radical…"
3rd month 16
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12th month 15, 2014
Micah Bales posted an event
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Gathering Together: Seeking, Finding & Releasing ministry at West Philly Meeting Space

5th mo. 17, 2014 from 10am to 5pm
A day of exploring who we are, what we're learning, and how to release ministry into our communities through personal transformation, pruning, growth, and leadership.10-11am Welcome and Introductions 11-12pm Session I: Seeking12-1pm Chat & ChewBrown Bag Lunch and Conversations1-1:30pm Music & Singing1:30-3pm Word & WorshipScripture passage TBA3:15-4:15pm Session II: Finding4:15-5pm Session II: ReleasingClosing Prayer & Laying on of hands5pm Dinner Out (optional)See More
5th month 6, 2014
Micah Bales posted an event
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Loving, Uniting, Powerful: a community gathering with Friends at Detroit, MI

5th mo. 11, 2014 from 3pm to 6pm
Even in the middle of trouble, uncertainty and division, God's love is enduring and faithful. Join us as we explore how the power of God is constantly at work with visiting Friend Micah Bales from Washington, DC through conversation, silence, and song.A potluck dinner will follow; childcare will be available.For more information and to RSVP, check out the Facebook event, here: …See More
4th month 24, 2014
Micah Bales commented on James C Schultz's blog post 'Some seed fell on stony ground'
"I appreciate this post."
4th month 18, 2014
Micah Bales liked James C Schultz's blog post Jesusphobic
12th month 26, 2013
Mark Cannon liked Micah Bales's profile
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At 10:34am on 4th mo. 23, 2011, Shane Moad said…
Thank you Micah, it's nice to be here.
At 9:27pm on 4th mo. 19, 2011, Robb Yurisko said…
A group of us from NCFM jsut visited Stillwater Meeting not long ago and had a wonderful time!  I grew up near there in the Ohio River Valley :-)
At 7:25pm on 4th mo. 19, 2011, Robb Yurisko said…

Yes I am a member of North Columbus Friends Meeting :-) Thanks.

 

At 6:25am on 2nd mo. 5, 2011, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Thanks Micah

God bless you

Samuel
At 3:59pm on 1st mo. 11, 2010, Rachel Stacy said…
I just posted a really long blog entry on my journey up to this point... I'm at ESR now starting a MA degree. Where are you these days? Kansas? D.C.?
At 4:01am on 5th mo. 15, 2009, Pieter-Jan said…
Dear Micah

Is it possible that it was you who stood up and sang a Psalm line during Meeting for Worship in the Quaker House in Brussels about 4 years ago?
(If not, you surely look like the Friend who then sang to my condition like no one ever did before or after)
At 8:10pm on 11th mo. 6, 2008, Martin Kelley said…
A Lamb's War on Facebook, exactly, that's what I was going for, sure....

My main problem w/Facebook is the flip side of it's raison d'etre: that it's private conversations among networks of friends. Facebook is fine but we need to be doing more talking in pubic and not being afraid to articulate the good news we've been given.
At 7:52pm on 11th mo. 6, 2008, Micah Bales said…
It's like Facebook... but Quaker!
 
 
 

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