(Recorded April 12, 2016). View this recorded webinar at your convenience.
The second webinar in our five month BIO Watershed Discipleship series of conversations with contributors to the “Watershed Discipleship: Reinhabiting Bioregional Faith and Practice” anthology (Wipf & Stock, to be published later this year). Lydia Wylie Kellermann and Erinn Fahey (pictured above) are members of St. Peter's Episcopal Church and the Jeannie Wylie Community. Lydia writes in the book about the importance of water in her spiritual journey, and Erinn reflects on her vocation as a water engineer. Both are active in resisting the water shut offs to poor folk in Detroit.
This webinar is the second in a five month series of conversations with most of the dozen contributors to this anthology. Participants, representing voices under 40, will examine a range of theological, ecological and practical explorations of watershed discipleship. Tune in individually or register for the whole class (March-July). These five webinars will become the BIO-B01 Watershed Discipleship Series, the first of our advanced BIO - Bartimaeus Institute Online courses. The full course will comprise 5 webinars and the anthology “Watershed Discipleship: Reinhabiting Bioregional Faith and Practice”.
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