“Redemptive Agriculture: Working the Land God Entrusted to Us” is a curriculum developed by David Evans and produced by Food for the Hungry, Inc. It has been developed as a “script” for trainers and practitioners to follow in teaching how God … Continued
“Ten Biblical Principles for Agricultural Development”, by David Evans, is an effort to help people involved in agriculture around the world to better understand the role that they are called to play in bringing God’s Word and His kingdom to … Continued
“Biblical Holism and Agriculture: Cultivating Our Roots” is a collection of essays that address the urgent need for constructing a holistic biblical perspective in order to appraise the economic, social, ecological, environmental and spiritual impact of globalization and the negative unprecedented … Continued
The story of the Mennonite colonists who settled in a harsh region of Paraguay powerfully demonstrates how God enables humans to use their own imagination, courage, and hard work to transform desolation into abundance.
God loves individuality and has made the universe with incredible diversity. There is no one else like you. God made you for a unique purpose for the advancement of His Kingdom. This downloadable workbook is designed for individual self-reflection. It … Continued
LifeWork: Developing a Biblical Theology of Vocation is a downloadable workbook that contains a narrative as well as a series of vocation-related Bible studies and exercises that will help you develop a biblical theology for your particular vocational area, leading to practical … Continued
In this paper, Darrow Miller lays out a Biblical theology for sustainable agriculture and creation care. Originally published in the 2003 book Biblical Holism and Agriculture: Cultivating our Roots, David J. Evans, Ronald J. Vos and Keith P. Wright, ed. … Continued