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      Barclay Press website articles by Pam

ADVOCATE Articles by Pam Ferguson for the USFWI publication

Quaker Life articles by Pam:

God's Presence in Trauma


Broken and Dented

Shadrack's Story

Articles on this website:

Memorial Day - John Best

History of Ed and Bashia Best

Stained Glass windows at Winchester Friends

Whoever gardens grows.......

Winchester Friends involvement in Heifer, International


Pam's Memorial Garden:

 The clematis is from Donnabelle Gaylor.  She was found this plant dead and being thrown away.  She brought it home because it "looked like she felt".  For seven years the clematis grows more lush and beautiful with each passing year. (Flowering photo from 2006)



About 8 years ago, Raymond Babcock gave me one of his old ladders to use in my back yard.  The angel ornament is from Bud Bosworth given in memory of Irene.  Bud and Irene used to spend hours and hours at the church taking care of the lawns.  The shepherd's hook came from Tony and Marsha with a beautiful wind chime (that now hangs by my back door) when my grandfather died, and the blue glass ornament from the USFW in memory of my grandfather.  I am blessed by these friends and relatives whose lives have made a difference in my life and it is good to have a place in my postage size yard (at the back door of the church) to place these items.

This photo is from a recent trip to Idaho (late Oct. 2007) to visit family.   L to R:  Linda Nichols from Morden, Manitoba, Lynn Nichols from Parma, Idaho and Pam Ferguson from Winchester, Indiana.

Pam with her mother, Mary Curtis and step-father, John Curtis in Idaho in October 2007.


After planting the Compassion Garden Saturday morning, May 12, I drove to Friends Memorial in Muncie to speak to their Mother-Daughter gathering about the Compassion Garden Project. Check out the text of the message and some of the photos of the Compassion Garden.


      "Be patterns, be examples in all countries, places, islands, nations, wherever you come, that your carriage and life may preach among all sorts of people, and to them; then you will come to walk cheerfully over the world, answering that of God in every one.

                                   George Fox, 1656

    "I saw that there was none among them [priests, preachers, religious authorities] that could speak to my condition. And when all my hopes in them and in all people were gone, so that I had nothing outwardly to help me or tell me what to do, then o then, I heard a voice which said, "There is One, even Christ Jesus, that can speak to thy condition," and when I heard it, my heart did leap for joy."

                                    George Fox, 1647

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