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Chelsea Lam is a former staff member and camp volunteer for Central Texas A Rocha & A Rocha USA. She is a homemaker with a deep love for spiritual formation, food, and living the liturgical year. She lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and two children.

16th December 2019 | Chelsea Lam | 0 comments

Oh Bethlehem! Oh Austin!

I walked over and tossed vegetable scraps in the trash with a tinge of guilt at still not having a compost system set up. Then my soul turned to the Lord with arms crossed and heels dug in as if to say, “I can’t care about compost right now” or maybe, more accurately, “I refuse to care when so many people are hurting.”

Categories: Reflections
31st December 2012 | Dave Bookless | 4 comments

From Advent to Epiphany: the nature of hope, and hope for nature

Happy New Year!? What will 2013 hold? More hurricanes, droughts, floods, crop-failures, wildlife extinctions, urban-drift, and desperate people attempting to escape poverty. Not to mention global economic gloom. Perhaps the scarcest commodity of all is hope. What hope can Christians have for the future of the earth, or of our own species?

Categories: Reflections