“Integrity & Ecotheology” on Pendle Hill’s “The Seed” podcast

If you haven't yet found Pendle Hill's podcast, "The Seed: Conversations for Radical Hope," go check it out now! They came out with a first season in the fall of 2022, and once I started listening, I just binge-listened to all 5 episodes. Podcast host, Dwight Dunston, does an amazing job of opening up simultaneously …

Hybrid conference on Quaker social action, April 19 | Boston University School of Theology

Boston University School of Theology is putting on a free hybrid conference on "Friendly Witness: The Spiritual Ground of Quaker Social Action," which will be held on April 19, 2023, 4–9pm EST. Co-sponsors include Beacon Hill Friends House and Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries. I get to share about Quakers & Ecospirituality during the second panel. My …

Published | A Quaker Ecology: Meditations on the Future of Friends

In 2020, I gave five talks as the "Bible half-hour" presenter for New England Yearly Meeting's annual sessions. NEYM asked me to put these talks together into a book, and I'm excited to announce that it is now available for pre-order, with an official release date of December 22, 2022! A Quaker Ecology: Meditations on …

Western YM | Quaker Lecture: “Better Together with the Community of Creation”

I had the opportunity to give the Quaker Lecture at Western Yearly Meeting in July 2022. The topic was, "Better Together with the Community of Creation," going along with their yearly meeting theme, "Better Together in Christ." In this lecture, I gave a bit of background on why climate justice is something Friends need to …

Pendle Hill lecture | Friends and Sabbath in the Time of Climate Change, August 1, 2022

Join me tomorrow, August 1, 2022, for the First Monday Lecture at Pendle Hill. I'll be sharing on the topics: "Friends and Sabbath in the Time of Climate Change." The event will be on Zoom at 7:30pm Eastern (4:30pm Pacific), and it's free to register and attend. Practicing the Sabbath, one of the Ten Commandments, …

Published | Friends Journal article with Damon Motz-Storey

Friend Damon Motz-Storey and I have both been involved in climate justice organizing and advocacy in Oregon for the last few years in different organizations. We got together and wrote an article about our experiences advocating, organizing, and taking to the streets to participate in activist pressure and community building in Oregon. The article is …

Published: “Faith Communities as Hubs for Climate Resilience” | The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Futures

Many of us have experienced emergencies and catastrophic weather events related to climate change in the last few years. Rather than just hearing about a natural disaster somewhere else, most people on the planet are experiencing these events at or near their homes. It's important to do what we can to a) change our practices …