1. Who is Richard Foster? Why did he decide to write this book?
Richard Foster is a Quaker pastor and the author of this book. He decided to write the book because he was becoming discouraged, as he felt that he was not a "shining light."
2. How is Newburg Friends Church characterized?
Newburg Friends Church is described as a friendly, welcoming place with many church members who participate in studies, prayer, and worship as a community.
3. What role does Bill Cathers play in the Introduction?
Bill Cathers is a former missionary who prays over Richard to have the hands of a writer, even though Richard never told him he wanted to write a book.
4. What is Foster's relationship with Ken and Doris Boyce?
Ken and Doris Boyce are Foster's surrogate parents and longtime friends. They are a source of encouragement and support to Foster as he is writing his book.
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