Fragrant and warming, a small pinch of ground cardamom added to breads, cakes, teas, and coffees can create an altogether new flavors and turn the mundane into something magical. But it was a lust for spices in the East that sewed bitter threads into humanity’s historical narrative. “Spices quickly became an emblem of power for […]
Live in Massachusetts or want to? Grace Church, an Episcopal Community in the southern Berkshires, seeks a full time, year round Agrarian Youth Mentor and Supervisor who will manage Gideon’s Garden and mentor and supervise the young people who work there. Although we require the candidate to be fully immersed in his/her faith journey, this […]
Many Christian denominations around the world have massive landholdings which can be put to productive use.
Registration for Headers Rural and Agrarian Ministry Conference is now open. The conference, held at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland, is $25 and includes continental breakfast. Speakers will be Darriel Harris, Anna Woofenden, Matt Lenahan, and Sam Chamelin. “Headwaters” are the source of a river. Headwaters are usually small, appearing to be nothing more than a […]
Anna Woofenden and Sam Chamelin speak with Christian Food Movement’s Nurya Love Parish about her book Resurrection Matters: Church Renewal for Creation’s Sake on the inaugural episode of the Food and Faith Podcast.