From the category archives:

Issue 1

A message from Rusty Pritchard, Editor in Chief of Flourish Magazine.

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Sprouts: Items of interest springing up around the creation care community

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A Maryland church expands its ministry by caring for creation and its inhabitants through farming.

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Leroy Barber writes about the hope of creation care for the inner city.

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“I don’t want to miss anything in this world.”

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By Ragan Sutterfield
Published in the Summer 2009 issue of Flourish magazine
Once I was in a group that was asked to say the most important thing we do for the environment. I ran down the list of my activities—I run an organic vegetable farm, I try to drive only a few times a week, I recycle, [...]

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[from the Summer issue of Flourish magazine]
by RUSTY PRITCHARD
Editor-in-Chief
Last week, I experienced the jarring juxtaposition of those fighting a culture war and those commited to changing culture by creating culture. I participated in back-to-back conferences, one in Austin, Texas (motto: “keep Austin weird”) and one in Charlotte, NC. The diversity within each crowd was greater [...]

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[from the Summer issue of Flourish magazine]
Savings Sampler
A little here, a little there—making even small financially and ecologically sustainable choices adds up to significant savings in the current economic climate. But making those choices also reflects a commitment to being “content whatever the circumstances” (Philippians 4:11), an attitude which extends in value beyond our pocketbooks. [...]

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