Watershed Discipleship

Issue 41, Spring 2016

Issue 41

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In the beginning, a river watering the garden flowed from Eden. Exiled from land, gone to some industrial, virtual space, we can return. We can accept our ignorance. We can acknowledge our need to care for our base of support.

  • Web Exclusive
  • Riding Humbly with God and Others
    Meagan Gillmore
  • Regulars
  • Editorial: We are Water, Let’s Swim
    Aiden Enns 11
  • Comic
    Justin Petkau 63
  • Letters 64
  • Sinner’s Corner
    Margot Starbuck 67
  • Feature Material
  • Watershed Discipleship: Re-Imagining Ecological Theology and Practice
    Ched Myers 8
  • Watersheds I have Known
    John Terpstra 17
  • Intimacy of Love and Land: Watershed Discipleship and the Vocation of Marriage
    Erinn Fahey and Lydia Wylie-Kellermann 18
  • This World is not our Home? Reconsidering what the Bible has to say about Environmental Care
    Nadya Pohran 20
  • This Earth is Resilient: An Interview with Dan Spencer
    James Wilt 26
  • Nine Mile Run
    Mark Kramer 33
  • Public Harmony with Nature
    Todd Wynward 36
  • Black to the Land
    Sarah Thompson 38
  • Watershed and World
    Jonathan McRay 45
  • Water Witness
    Bill Wylie-Kellermann 46
  • New Zealand Watershed
    Manu Caddie 48
  • Baby Carrots are the New Natural: A Rant in Seven Parts
    Will Braun 50
  • A Locavore’s Dilemma
    Zoe Matties 52
  • Some Ethics around Foraging
    Natalie Dyck 54
  • The Local Marsh is our Classroom
    Leanne Wild 56
  • Rivers of Deliverance, Rivers of Lament
    Katerina Friesen 57
  • Doing our Part
    Josina Guess 58
  • Bonnie’s Ditch
    Tricia Friesen Reed 59
  • Fibreshed
    Allison Ellingson 60
  • Over Your Dead Body
    Monique Stone 61
  • Resources for Further Reading on Watershed Discipleship
    Geez staff 62
  • Poetry
  • Learning to Return
    Lynden Sherman 11
  • Sections
  • Experiments 68
  • To Keep or not to Keep
    Kathy McCartney
  • Watershed Walk
    Susie Henderson
  • DIY: Feed the Birds
    Katie Doke Sawatzky
  • Civil Disobedience
    James Wilt 72
  • Climate Change Protests Proceed in Paris Despite City-wide Ban
  • Multiple Pipeline Protests Temporarily Shut Down Transport of Dilbit Extracted from Oilsands
  • Pope Francis Mentions Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton in Speech to Congress
  • Mall of America Sues Black Lives Matter Portesters
  • Feministry
    Bre Woligroski 75
  • #notadistraction
  • Campaign against Gender Violence Launched
  • Faith Groups Stand with Planned Parenthood
  • Christian Peacemaker Teams
    Kathy Kern 76
  • Haudenosaunee Hunt
  • Broken Peace
  • Migrant Matters
  • Catholic Worker
    Lydia Wylie-Kellermann 77
  • Catholic Workers at the Gates of Guantanamo

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