Epistemology: the study or a theory of the nature and grounds of knowledge especially with reference to its limits and validity Humility: a modest or low view of one’s own importance One day of the EcoFaith Youth Camp was spent
Would you risk being baptized in your local river or pond? In many places–such as northeastern Indiana where I use to live immersing oneself in a local water body nowadays means exposure to a bath of chemicals and coliform bacteria
Recently in my life I have had the opportunity to be a part of the planning team for a few major projects. One of these was the EcoFaith Youth Camp (each summer the EcoFaith Youth camp offers interactive events for High
I’m in recovery. I’m recovering from a shamed-based, product-oriented, industrial-growth model society. I’m also recovering from a year of discovery. About a year and a half ago, I started my journey with EcoFaith Recovery. As I write this blog,
Hello all! I’ve written on here before and I’ve been introduced to many of you, but I have not formally introduced myself! I started my internship journey just over a year ago when I was forwarded an email from Pastor
Nearly 40 EcoFaith Recovery leaders gathered on Saturday, September 28 at the YMCA’s beautiful Camp Collins in Gresham, Oregon to practice “ecofaith recovery” together. It was the First Annual EcoFaith Retreat and Engagement Day. The workshops focused on the theme-
I have been working on a summer internship because of a grant provided by Eco-Faith Recovery. I have been working for two weeks on a farm called Eloheh Farm owned by my parents. Eloheh is a natural, permaculture type farm.