An Englishman shepherd’s view of rural Kentucky makes the New York Times.
At The Keep & Till, our commitment is to the creation of agrarian disciples to serve rural communities.
The deep brokenness of the world cries out from every corner of humanity’s relationship with food. But God is in the business of reconciliation.
We recently learned of a course taught at California’s Graduate Theological Union in 2014 on the connections between environmental stewardship and social justice, including food security. Professor and pastor Michael A. Smith wrote an article describing the class and its context in an issue of the GTU’s Currents Magazine. He not only describes the academic work, […]
This is the preface to the second PDF version of the guide to the Christian food movement. It’s reproduced here so readers know the spirit in which the work was begun. – NLP In March 2015 I hit “Save as PDF” on a document I wasn’t sure anybody wanted. It was the first version of […]