Following is a consolidated list of links to articles and videos mentioned in blog posts on this site.
(2013-11-14) From Ched Myers’ blog: A Reflection on Isaiah 5, Ecological Solipsism, and “Watershed Discipleship”.
(2014-05-01) From “Creation Care” to “Watershed Discipleship”: Re-Placing Ecological Theology and Practice. This is an edited and expanded version of a paper given by Ched Myers to the Mennonite Scholars and Friends Section of the AAR/SBL on Nov 23, 2013 in Baltimore, MD, published in the Conrad Grebel Review, Vol. 32, NO. 3 Fall 2014, pp 250-275.
(2014-06-04) In Sojourners Magazine, Ched Myers discusses how Watershed Discipleship invites Christian to “re-inhabit” that corner of creation in which we reside. A Watershed Moment, Sojourners, May. 2014 5pp.
(2014-09-17) At missiodeijournal.com, Ched Myers writes about how water lies at the center of our Christian sign of baptism and our current ecological crises and, thus, deserves deeper theological treatment. Reinhabiting the River of Life (Rev 22:1–2): Rehydration, Redemption, and Watershed Discipleship, Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis 5, no. 2 (August 2014)
(2014-10-17) At The Christian Century website, Katherine Mast writes an article featuring the work of Elaine and Ched and Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries on Watershed Discipleship. Watershed disciples: Studying the local landscape, The Christian Century, Oct 15, 2014 (Please note there are limited free viewings per month of articles at this website).
(2014-10-27) At missiodeijournal.com Dave Pritchett introduces the issue of Watershed Discipleship and the work of Ched Myers around this issue. Editorial Preface to the issue: Watershed Discipleship, Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis 5, no. 2 (August 2014)
(2014-10-27) Lucas Land recently posted a video of a talk he gave on Watershed Discipleship: An Ethical/Theological Framework at Texas Lutheran University’s Krost Symposium on Environmental Justice on October 16, 2014.
(2014-10-27) This reflection by Nathan Holst reflects on his recent internship at Bartimaeus Cooperative in California: Claiming the Call of Watershed Discipleship. Published on the EcoFaith Recovery website, Oct 10, 2014.
(2014-10-27) Ched Myers speaks about his life and conversion to “watershed discipleship” at Jesus Radicals conference in 2011:
(2014-11-18) Ted Lewis explores naming, taming, overcoming and resolving conflict in the desert, that most brittle of watersheds in this edited version of a series of four blog posts on www.restorativetrainer.com. Read the article here.