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At 10:13pm on 4th mo. 15, 2016, David McKay said…

I am a David on Insight Meditation Timer. Not sure that I'm unique enough to qualify for a definite article!

At 10:37pm on 9th mo. 20, 2015, William F Rushby said…

Happy to be your friend, Stephanie!

At 12:49pm on 1st mo. 18, 2013, Marian Bruffy said…

Hello, Stephanie!


Thank you for accepting my invitation! I look forward to getting to know you better in the days ahead.


Peace and Light to thee,


Thy Friend in Christ,



At 1:34am on 1st mo. 17, 2013, Hilda said…

Hello, Friend Stephanie.

Thank you for accepting my invitation. I also, look forward to getting to know thee in the days ahead. My husband has been a big help in getting me established here! He is in pain, but healing. 

Thank you so kindly! Peace and blessing to thee in Christ's Light,


At 1:20am on 1st mo. 17, 2013, Timothy said…

Hello, Stephanie!

I wish to thank thee for accepting my friend invitation sometime ago. I have been through nearly three months of insomnia, despondency, and oral surgery. I'm in pain, but healing now. :) Sorry it hath taken me so long a time to reply to thee! I apologise for that. Again, thank thee so kindly. I look forward to getting to know thee better in the coming days and weeks ahead, Lord Willing!

Blessings to thee,


At 6:34pm on 7th mo. 27, 2012, William F Rushby said…

Stephanie Stuckwisch wrote "I am unabashedly Christocentric."  Thanks for your testimony, which we share!

At 4:41pm on 9th mo. 11, 2011, Christine Betz Hall said…

Hi Stephanie,

Thanks for connecting here on QuakerQuaker. I look forward to seeing you again at the retreat: Inner Fire—prayer and reflection to kindle, illuminate or renew your service or ministry, Nov 4-6. Info here.

If you think of any other ways to reach out to those who would wish to be there, please let me know.

Peace and all good,


At 4:37pm on 9th mo. 10, 2011, Jon said…

Hi Stephanie

Thanks for being open to answer some questions.

What do you mean by "Christocentric"? I could guess, but seeing I am learning, may as well ask. :)

Could someone be "Christocentric" and not read the Bible? Call themselves Christian? Not believe that Jesus is the son of God?


For me, I admire Jesus as a teacher, and try to live his teachings as best I can. Those teachings I learned through hearing people talk about the teachings and their understandings of them, and from seeing some very devout and "holy" people be & act. I grew up within a church & have attempted to read the Bible several times. But what in my heart I believe to be his path and what I read in the Bible... just don't match up.


How would you see the liberal branch be more in touch with their roots?


Thank you for your thoughts.


At 5:26pm on 7th mo. 25, 2011, Allistair Lomax said…

Thanks Stephanie, I've added you as member of the NFF site, and you can find your way back to it @

I wonder if Dan Davenport does remember you.

At 1:36am on 6th mo. 22, 2011, Forrest Curo said…
At 6:10pm on 12th mo. 28, 2009, Madeleine Cadbury Brown said…
Nice cat! What's new?


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