As we baked our bread and our stories, we learned to listen, share, draw the circle even wider, and nourish one another while being sustained by God.
This Lent, I have been humbled by the way Jesus serves a meal to his enemy as a model of the extent to which Jesus’ followers must love.
With a Leave No Trace mindset, accumulation and growth are no longer factors driving the church; faithfulness and service are.
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.