Reflections on the trajectory of life, faith and culture.

An Introduction

Sustainable Traditions is an invitation to more deeply consider the trajectory of our life, faith and culture in these modern/post-modern times. In a time of great change such as our own, we must look long and hard at our assumptions, allegiances, and the patterns of belief and practice we are passing onto the next generations. Ideas have consequences and the good news of Jesus as messiah and divine sovereign calls for radical change in our lives. Because the kingdom of God has no boundaries – and because “the earth is the Lord’s” the message here encompasses a broad scope of topics: farming, society, human politics, food, community, prayer, poetic imagination, Creation, sabbath, economics, family, etc …

Also, to our liberal and our conservative readers: there is not one angle presented here – but a prism approach that is sure to lay flame to sacred cows and idols of all stripes and affiliations. Our longing is for Christian communities that look like Jesus, and a world that is being overtaken by mustard seeds of redemption. The revolution will not be televised.

I welcome you to join the conversation.
– Jason F., Sustainable Traditions co-founder

The Real War On Christmas

He asked me why I thought there was not more of an outcry from Christian leaders against Consumerism in Christmas. He pointed out that most of what he has heard about are Christians taking a stand against “the war on Christmas”…

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Deep Roots and Wild Storms

I hope for days of peace but I have greater hope in seeing a people rise up who are set like anchors and shining beacons amidst the whirlwind. If we are willing GOD will use us to establish ‘villages’ and ‘cities’ of refuge for many in need of shelter…

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PLEASE NOTE: We are currently in the midst of re-imagining this website and contemplating creating a podcast and other resources, focused on embodied Christian faith and intentional living. Check out our extensive archives and look for more developments in the coming days. 5/26/18

– Jason F., Sustainable Traditions co-founder

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