The Field-work of Reconciliation: Land, Healing, and Agrarian Theology

Written by  Julia Sendor // I am a white farmer, farming on land that was given as a gift, by a black farmer, to be a space for neighbors to come together after an unsolved murder in their community. “Healing divisions by growing food together” – that’s the mission of our work at Anathoth Community … Continue reading The Field-work of Reconciliation: Land, Healing, and Agrarian Theology

After the Headlines: Trauma and Peacebuilding in the Wake of the Rwandan Genocide

Written by Kayla Slagter //  I’ll never forget the day I realized news headlines are a collection of real people’s life stories. My friend was sharing her own story at a favorite coffee shop of ours in an up-and-coming area of Kigali, Rwanda. Because of her nationality and age, she was a teenager during the … Continue reading After the Headlines: Trauma and Peacebuilding in the Wake of the Rwandan Genocide

The Power of Relationships: Mentoring Youth in Appalachia

Written by Angela McMann //  Mentoring is justice. It’s doing justice to youth who have been lacking positive adult role models for a variety of reasons. There is a lot of research right now about brain chemistry after experiencing trauma in childhood. Much of that research has shown that youth who experienced trauma will experience other … Continue reading The Power of Relationships: Mentoring Youth in Appalachia