Reflections this Advent: A Light Blooms from the Rich Soil of the Darkness

This reflection was originally posted in the monthly Bartimeaus Cooperative Ministries’ e-newsletter. “The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life. Without proper care for more »

Abundant Table Farm Project – Paid Farming and Food Justice Internships for 2013-2014 Program Year

The Abundant Table Farm Project  The Abundant Table Farm Project (ATFP) is a one to two year Episcopal Service Corps (ESC) internship for young adults[1]  interested in farming/gardening, living in community with others, vocational discernment, spiritual reflection and engaging in community justice building. The Abundant Table Farm Project is a more »

many hands…

This morning I successfully orchestrated a crop mob. What does one do with a group of 30 adult volunteers from Excel Charter Academy in LA who want to volunteer a few hours for a farming cause to mark Cesar Chavez day? You make them weed. And they did. I wish more »