Friends & Watershed Discipleship: reconciling with people and the land in light of the Doctrine of Discovery

On Saturday, November 23, 2019, I got to share my paper, "Friends & Watershed Discipleship: reconciling with people and the land in light of the Doctrine of Discovery," with the Quaker Studies Unit and Pentecostal & Charistmatic Movements Unit at the American Academy of Religion conference in San Diego, CA. Here's the abstract, and you …

AAR 2019 | Presenting on Ecotheology in Two Sessions

I'm putting the finishing touches on my paper presentations for two sessions at the American Academy of Religion conference this coming weekend in San Diego. I'm really excited to share my research and ideas, although I'm also feeling anxious and nervous about it. Both papers relate to ecotheology, but to different audiences and with different …

Chapter published: Watershed Discipleship: communicating climate change within a Christian Framework, a case study analysis

My first publication in a book came out recently! I wrote a chapter for the Handbook of Climate Change Communication, vol. 3: Case Studies in Climate Change Communication, part of the Climate Management Series (Springer, 2018). The article is called "Watershed Discipleship: communicating climate change within a Christian framework, a case study analysis" (PDF available …

Watershed Discipleship

A few years ago, I was excited to learn about the concept of watershed discipleship, which combines the best of all my worlds: environmental concern from a Christian perspective, with an emphasis on social and environmental justice, with excellent scholarship combined with practical action. Not too surprisingly, many of its originators are from a peace …