What does it look like for creation to praise God? A recent post by Margaret B. Adam on the Creature Kind blog adapts a sermon she gave, which addresses this very question. She notes that “praise is a bodily function,” and that creatures sing… Continue Reading ““Praise is a bodily function”: CAFOs, cows, and reconciliation of creation”
In light of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation this week, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the need for an eco-reformation. The Evangelical Lutheran Church is putting some focus on this idea this year, and a book entitled Eco-Reformation: Grace and… Continue Reading “Eco-Reformation”
An article by Elaine Enns is live now on Sojourners called “Becoming Unsettled.” In it, she tells the story of a region in Saskatchewan where she grew up, Stoney Knoll, a land that had been given to her Mennonite forebears by the Canadian government,… Continue Reading ““Becoming Unsettled” by Elaine Enns on Sojourners”
A group of Christian theologians and activists recently created a statement entitled: “Theological Declaration on Christian Faith and White Supremacy,” regarding the incompatibility of Christianity and white supremacy. The authors particularly note the basis of white supremacy in its “Christian” form on colonization of… Continue Reading “Theological Declaration on Christian Faith and White Supremacy”
A new primer about watershed discipleship in Spanish was released this week, thanks to a team at Universidad Biblica Latinoamericana in San Jose, Costa Rica. You can order Discipulado de la Cuenca: Una introduccion a la fe y la practica biorregionales here. Interest in watershed discipleship… Continue Reading “Discipulado de la Cuenca: new primer in Spanish”
We recently started a map with pins showing places where watershed discipleship is being practiced. Would you like us to add your congregation or organization? Email us and we would be happy to add you! Having trouble viewing the map?