With more than 2 billion Christians worldwide, food sovereignty defined in a biblical context will shed some light on the lost connection between our beliefs and our day-to-day choices.
Gardening this way has given me a deeper understanding of Ecclesiastes 3. There is, indeed, a season to everything, a time to every purpose under heaven. When we submit to that timing, we are in harmony with creation.
We are enslaved if we must rely solely upon our jobs, money, supermarkets and agribusiness to eat. Thank God for His (yes, it's His) system of seed time and harvest that never ceases. We can all grow at least some of our own food. You will start small but you will want to grow more… Continue reading The Faith Garden Part 1
Now that you are in the 8 Day Really Nourish Yourself Devo Day 4: Write and Visualize, the world is probably starting to look very different to you now! You've purposed in your heart not to defile yourself with delicacies. You've renewed your mind about what exactly food is. The deception in what is available… Continue reading 8 Day Really Nourish Yourself Devo Day 4: Write and Visualize
You are starting the 8 Day Really Nourish Yourself Devo Day 1: Purpose in Your Heart, and you are already off to a great start! My daughter Ché is heavily involved, setting herself apart as a vocal opponent of sugar and other things that are harmful to our bodies. The 8 Day Really Nourish Yourself Devo… Continue reading 8 Day Really Nourish Yourself Devo Day 1: Purpose in Your Heart
Don't Name Your Food: Genesis 2:19 (NIV) Now the Lord God had formed out of the ground all the wild animals and all the birds in the sky. He brought them to the man to see what he would name them; and whatever the man called each living creature, that was its name. We know that one of Adam's first jobs as Commissioner of Eden Gardens was to name all the animals. Anyone who has ever lived on a farm or read Charlotte's Web can relate to the idea of NOT naming an animal that might end up on your dinner plate!