Episcopal blogger, Nurya Love Parish has recently completed a guide to help Christians interested in developing a sustainable and ethical relationship towards food that is the culmination of a decade’s worth of thinking on the subject.
As she said on her blog Churchwork
In these opening years of the twenty-first century, the need for sustainable food systems has increasingly become a focus of our national conversation. As a Christian, sometime in the last decade I began to wonder:
How can we re-imagine food systems in a way that more clearly reflects God’s reign?
Where are the Christians working for a better food system, and how can I join them?
Are there existing Christian food projects that I could replicate or adapt in my context?
The guide contains links to authors, farms, non-profits and much more; all working from the perspective of Christian faith toward a more sustainable and inclusive food system.
To get the guide (at no cost) you can enroll on her site here, and signing up automatically gets you updated versions in the future.
posted by Jon White