May Magazine 2019

In this issue on God in the Garden, we’re getting our hands dirty and exploring encounters with our Creator, our communities, our neighbours, and our land. Nora Hogman writes about tending the community gardens at St. Margaret’s, and how they have impacted the neighbourhood. Lydia Carpenter and Wian Prinsloo, from Luna Field Farm, explain how pasture based farming practices benefit both land and animals. In an interview, Elder Velma Orvis talks about the significance of harvesting medicines. And, in via media, Ryan Turnbull challenges the Church to adopt an integral ecology: a relationship that interconnects humans with nature, rather than separating them.
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