Planted is a fascinating and enjoyable read…with an important message to embody our discipleship to Jesus in lived community and creation care.
Adam longed for the garden as he longed for his own life. Furiously he worked as his mind raced and the forest all around him seemed to be breathing his name.
The industrialization of the church has, significantly, paralleled the industrialization of agriculture and the near demise of the family farm.
You can’t franchise the kingdom of God, say the authors of “Slow Church,” a new book that applies the lessons of the slow food movement to congregational life.
This moderated roundtable will bring together activists, entrepreneurs, and scholars to discuss faith-based reactions to sustainability and labor concerns in the food industry…
If you haven’t checked out his most recent book Soil and Sacrament: A Spiritual Memoir of Food and Faith – watch the video below and go get a copy of the book.