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21 April 2006

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Bob Johnson reports on the eighth annual James Nayler Foundation conference

There is clearly a desperate need for people to hear of the successful healing of emotional distress – 400 people testified to this by crowding into the Large Meeting House at Friends' House recently, for the Eighth Annual Conference of the James Nayler Foundation
  • And as I watched their active participation throughout the long day, it occurred to me that that is precisely what this noble building was conceived to cater for
  • A majority were not Quakers – but there was no mistaking the Quakerly spirit which blossomed – a tribute to the audience dedication, and to the wonderfully creative and flexible insights of Quakerism itself

  • Bob Johnson

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