Join Elaine Enns and Ched Myers at Ghost Ranch June 24-30 for a retreat called “Signs of the Times — Watershed Discipleship and Restorative Justice: Mapping Bloodlines, Landlines, and Songlines.”
Ghost Ranch is a beautiful education and retreat center in New Mexico, an excellent location in which to rest, explore, and learn together with others.
The “Signs of the Times” retreat will offer space to learn about watershed discipleship, be inspired from time with speakers and other participants, and be refreshed as you return to the work of your own watershed. It will challenge you to wrestle deeply with the work you need to do regarding climate change, your region, and your faith.
Writer-activist Audre Lorde challenges us to “do our own work” to name, engage and heal disparities, personally and politically. Explore how to become more responsible settlers trying to do justice work in the watersheds we inhabit. Learn how we can grow more cognizant of what we walk into, learning the stories held by our places, our peoples and our cultures.
Enns and Myers will be the instructors for the week, and other speakers include Wallace J. Nichols, author of Blue Mind, Laurie Kraus of Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, and Sara Lisherness of Compassion, Peace and Justice Ministry of the Presbyterian Church (USA), with music leadership by Tim Gibbs-Zehnder and Tom Zehnder. Register for this exciting experience here.