I’m sharing these as I stumble across them – maybe someday this blog will have a regular rhythm, but we’re definitely not there yet.
The Rev. Nate Bostian has put together a list of Scriptural Resources for Ecological Stewardship. Some of these were familiar to me, others less so. Regardless, it’s lovely to have all these in one place, with resources from the Book of Common Prayer included.
Fred Bahnson, whom I wrote about earlier, was part of a radio show from Australia which also featured Americans Norman Wirzba and Sara Miles, two other major voices in the food-and-faith movement here, as well as leading Australians. It was lovely to hear almost an hour on the topic and with some cute Australian accents included. You can listen here: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/encounter/food-and-faith/4951462
I’m in the middle of the Rev. Craig Goodwin’s book Year of Plenty. I don’t know why I didn’t read this before. It’s a memoir of his family’s year of choosing local, used, homegrown and homemade. He and his wife are both Presbyterian pastors. I am grateful for his reflections that combine pastoral ministry and sustainable agriculture. It’s definitely in the “most relatable” category as far as I am concerned. I don’t know any other pastors who are writing on this topic. Do you?
Blessings on your week…