A week or so ago, the pastor of a local Mennonite church asked if I would provide a short presentation to the congregation on how Quakers conduct business. Specifically, I've been asked "to speak to the questions of history, uniqueness, and benefits" of that practice.
And to do so in about twenty minutes.
I thought I'd survey the Quakersphere to get a sense if I'm even on the right track:
Given twenty minutes, what one, two, or three pieces of the Quaker decision-making process would you talk about?Who knows--maybe we'll hit on a sense of the cyber-meeting in response!
P.S. You should see the handout I'm putting together...