The Christian food movement upends expectations and creates conversations. That’s why it matters.
We are a garden that seeks reconciliation—reconciliation with land, with one another, and with the God who loves the land and us infinitely.
A return to the soil out of which we are made means that death is far from final. Soil composts that which has died in order to foster new life.
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.