The Earthkeepers Podcast promotes global connection among ecological-minded people who believe that earth care is an integral part of spiritual life. Through conversations about topics like ecology, climate change, gardening, farming, social enterprise, theology, environmental justice, outdoor recreation, conservation and community development, we aim to inspire a movement of ordinary earthkeepers who will help heal the world.
A Call for Reformation: Faith, Creation Care, and A New Kind of Church with Tri Robinson
In this episode we talk with Tri Robinson—rancher, environmentalist, retired evangelical pastor, and the author of several books. He is also the subject of a recently released film entitled Cowboy and Pastor: The Life and Times of Tri...
Dismantling Environmental Protection: A Government Employee Speaks Out
This episode features an employee of a federal land management agency who has much to say about the current administration’s systematic dismantling of programs and laws that have been developed over the years to preserve and restore the health of the...
Environmental Advocacy when Others Don’t Believe: Rachel Jones and Jason Lyle on Life in the American South
In this episode we’ll be talking to Rachel Jones, who teaches at a college in Tennessee, and Jason Lyle, who leads an international nonprofit and serves in a church in Georgia. Both live in places where there is cultural ambivalence about the importance...
The journey thus far: Forrest Inslee and James Amadon on the future of Earthkeepers
In this episode, Forrest and James Amadon review the episodes that we’ve created in the first six months of the Earthkeepers podcast. We identify some of the themes that have emerged, consider some of the personal lessons we’ve learned, and dream a bit...
A Vision for Global Community: Randy Borman and the Cofán Forest Guardians
In this episode we’ll be talking to Randy Borman, a respected leader among the Cofán indigenous people of Ecuador. Randy was born at the headwaters of the Amazon; he grew up among the Cofán people, speaking their language and living life in the...
Encountering God in Nature: Victoria Loorz and Wild Churches
Forrest Inslee and James Amadon talk with Victoria Loorz, founder of the Wild Church Network and author of a forthcoming book called Church of the Wild. The Wild Church Network is a broad association of religious communities that practice faith life in...
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Thanks for a podcast that affirms that care of the earth is a core responsibility if you profess love for the maker of that earth and its inhabitants.
Great and Needed Podcast!!!
There seems to be very little information of any variety which connects people of the a Christian tradition to the world we are apart of. I love the approach that Circlewood is taking in this podcast to connect issues of environmental and social justice to the faith tradition that has so much to say about it.