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Ecotones of the Spirit:  Reciprocal Restoration with Gary Paul Nabhan

Ecotones of the Spirit: Reciprocal Restoration with Gary Paul Nabhan

July 8, 2019

Ecotones of the Spirit: Reciprocal Restoration with Gary Paul Nabhan

This is the next installment of our series from Wake Forest School of Divinity, "Ecotones of the Spirit."  This is the third of several presentations by Gary Paul Nabhan, a leading agrobiologist, ethnobotanist, and ecumenical Franciscan brother.  

Gary Paul Nabhan

Ecotones of the Spirit

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Our Full Sustenance with Carrie Kholi-Merchison, Sarah Howell-Miller, Alex Treyz, and Wilson Dickinson.

Our Full Sustenance with Carrie Kholi-Merchison, Sarah Howell-Miller, Alex Treyz, and Wilson Dickinson.

June 28, 2019

Our Full Sustenance, a round table discussion with Carrie Kholi-Merchison, Sarah Howell-Miller, Alex Treyz, and Wilson Dickinson. Hosted by Anna Woofenden and Sam Chamelin

 

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Ecotones of the Spirit: Fly Paper Ideas with Gary Paul Nabhan

Ecotones of the Spirit: Fly Paper Ideas with Gary Paul Nabhan

June 19, 2019

This is the second installment of our series from Wake Forest School of Divinity, "Ecotones of the Spirit."  This is the second of several presentations by Gary Paul Nabhan, a leading agrobiologist, ethnobotanist, and ecumenical Franciscan brother.  

Gary Paul Nabhan

Ecotones of the Spirit

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Ecotones of the Spirit:  Jesus for Fishers and Farmers with Gary Paul Nabhan

Ecotones of the Spirit: Jesus for Fishers and Farmers with Gary Paul Nabhan

June 13, 2019

This is the first installment of our series from Wake Forest School of Divinity, "Ecotones of the Spirit."  This is the first of several presentations by Gary Paul Nabhan, a leading agrobiologist, ethnobotanist, and ecumencial Franciscan brother.  Today, he tells a story of Jesus, and speaks to the abundance that is present in every ecotone.

Gary Paul Nabhan

Ecotones of the Spirit

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Introducing Ecotones of the Spirit with Fred Bahnson

Introducing Ecotones of the Spirit with Fred Bahnson

June 12, 2019

This is Part 1 of our series "Ecotones of the Spirit," bringing you presentations, interviews, and roundtables from the week-long intensive class from Wake Forest School of Divinity.  Today, Fred Bahnson introduces the week, our keynote speaker Gary Nabhan, and an overview of the Re:Generate Fellowship program.  Subscribe and follow us to hear all of the Ecotones pods as they are released!

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We Will Feast: A Conversation with Kendall Vanderslice

We Will Feast: A Conversation with Kendall Vanderslice

May 20, 2019
Kendall Vanderslice is a writer and baker who studies the intersection of food and theology. She holds an MLA in Gastronomy from Boston University and a Master's of Theological Studies from Duke Divinity School. She has written for Christianity Today, Christ and Pop Culture, Religion News Service, and Fathom Magazine. She lives in Durham, North Carolina, with her big-eared beagle named Strudel.
Order her new book "We Will Feast: Re-thinking Dinner, Worship, and the Community of God" on Amazon or wherever you buy books!
Connect with her on her website: http://kendallvanderslice.com
 
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Take a Little, Leave a Lot: A Conversation with Tanner Cooper-Risser

Take a Little, Leave a Lot: A Conversation with Tanner Cooper-Risser

May 3, 2019

Take a Little, Leave a Lot: A Conversation with Tanner Cooper Riser

Tanner Cooper-Risser is the SNAP-Ed Program Assistant of the OSU Extension Office of Knox County. He is also the president of the Knox County Local Food Council. Tanner received his undergrad in Youth ministry and after spending a little over a year working in traditional ministry setting he decided to branch out to the SNAP-Ed program while simultaneously joining a house church. Tanner teaches classes on nutrition and cooking while trying to find ways to implement policy, systems, and environmental changes to help make the healthy choice the easy choice for all. Tanner is a gardener, local food advocate, feminist, and strives to extend hospitality to all he meets. He lives with his wonderful wife, Brianna, and their two rambunctious dogs and tolerable cat.

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Centering the Voices of Singles: A Conversation with Holly Stallcup

Centering the Voices of Singles: A Conversation with Holly Stallcup

April 9, 2019

Holly Stallcup is the founder & Executive Director of Rise. She writes and teaches on singleness, community, mental illness and a new vision for women’s ministry in the Church. People are her passion. Rest for her is hot tea, good books, painted nails & delicious food shared with good people. She lives with her beloved dog Jack in Fort Worth, Texas.

Website: nowsherises.org

Twitter and Instagram: @hollystallcup

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/NowSheRises/

Website mentioned: Slowcookerfortwo.com

 

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Co-hosts Sam Chamelin and Anna Woofeden

 

Goat Cheese and a Baguette: A Conversation with Bethany Rydmark

Goat Cheese and a Baguette: A Conversation with Bethany Rydmark

March 26, 2019

Goat Cheese and a Baguette: A Conversation with Bethany Rydmark
Food and Faith Podcast with Anna Woofenden and Sam Chamelin 

Bethany Rydmark is an eighth generation Oregonian, a landscape architect, a food-loving community organizer, and a forever-traveler at heart. As a home-educated daughter of a farmer and a teacher in the rural Pacific Northwest, she’s been transformed through engaging cultures beyond her bounds around the world and across her city. 

She has been featured in print, video, and web by Rolling Stone, The Oregonian, Cooking Up a Story, The Huffington Post, and The Associated Press as founding co-host of Portland’s PDX Food Swap. The grass roots community organization promotes food sharing across cultures by connecting people across cities, socioeconomic lines, and streets through the moneyless exchange of homemade food. Her work in grassroots food activism continues to attract attention in the lead up to the 10th Anniversary of the PDX Food Swap in 2020, and the 5th Anniversary of the Bake America Great Again Bake Sale for Refugees in 2019. 

A blogger for fifteen years, Bethany founded twoOregonians.com, earning finalist for TBU’s Best Newcomer travel blog in 2012, and her written work appears in such places as the collective Mama Said: Wit and Wisdom for New Mothers (Wild Child Travels, 2016), Meet, Plan, Go! How to Make Career-Related Connections on the Road, Sustainable Food for Thought, and The Art Cities of Emilia Romagna (citta d’arte Emilia Romagna, 2014), and her independently produced feature on the Middle East’s first microbrewery was highlighted by The Atlantic Longreads’ then-active Travelreads.

She has spoken at Wise Words and Wine with Women of Hope, and continues to engage with her international and local community through online and in person connections at global and neighborhood scales, raising funds for the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization and celebrating liberty and justice for all. 

Bethany is a 2006 graduate of the University of Oregon’s school of Architecture and Allied Arts, American Society of Landscape Architects member, and licensed, practicing landscape architect and small business owner living and working in Portland, Oregon.

Bethany is married to her childhood friend, Ted, and is raising two daughters in footsteps of strength and independence to follow their curiosities and compassion into the world.

www.twoOregonians.com

www.PDXfoodswap.com

www.bethanyrydmark.com 

email: bethany.rydmark@gmail.com

Food Swap Network Resources - https://foodswapnetwork.com/resources/

Rolling Stone Feature - https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/videos/portland-oregon-bartering-in-citys-cash-free-economy-w504157

Stepping Into Nothing and Landing On Something:  A Conversation About Movements with Rev. Brooks Berndt

Stepping Into Nothing and Landing On Something: A Conversation About Movements with Rev. Brooks Berndt

March 12, 2019

Rev. Brooks Berndt is the UCC Minister for Environmental Justice, and has experience in congregational and denominational leadership on building movements around environment, racism, and food justice.  On the pod, we talk about history, movement building, and advocacy, along with a call to faith to all who undertake the work without knowing where it will lead!

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