Princeton Theological Seminary’s 2nd annual Just Food conference opened on Thursday evening with a worship service that held together the brokenness and the freedom of tending the earth. Open our eyes to the victims of violence, to the plight of the poor, to the ones who seek justice, to the ones who seek peace, teach us compassion and love, we sang in prayer.Read More
The story of the Gospel is a story of meals. A meal that brought destruction coupled with a meal that brings restoration.
God thinks food is a pretty big deal. And by participating in His meal, we have a responsibility to think so too.Read More
This blog is meant to relay my own exploration into the intersection of faith, food, and culture in order to best understand environmental and nutritional health; to view food in a way that is healthful, sustainable, and ethical without being classist, elitist, or racist.Read More