Featuring Ched Meyers, a theologian and educator who has worked with a number of social justice organizations. The conference will explore what Christian discipleship has to do with our local watersheds, our farms and gardens and the ecosystems on which all life depends. Sponsored by the Food, Faith, and Religious Leadership Initiative at Wake Forest School of Divinity.
June 16 -24, 2014, Warren Wilson College, Swannanoa, NC – From Sabbath Economics to Watershed Discipleship: A Theology and Practice for Transition
March 21st, 2014|Categories: Events, Seminars, Workshops|