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Peace & Justice in Answering, “How Much is Enough?”

Posted May 15, 2017
Dane Anthony on why justice is innately derived from concertedly answering the question: “How much is enough?”

Jeannie Hunter: Food Habits and Global Warming

Posted May 15, 2017
Changing the way you think about food can eliminate food waste. These tips are suggested by Jeannie to begin transforming how you think about food and meals in your own life. Have a plan. Plan out your grocery list for the week and stick to that. Use what you already have. Take a look in your fridge and pantries to see what you have on hand that needs to be used.  Eliminating...

Daffodils and Patience—Dane Anthony

Posted May 11, 2017
Professor of Religion at Belmont University, Spiritual Director at Sage Hill, and Master Gardener Dane Anthony sheds light on what daffodils can teach us about patience.

In Defense of Weeds—Dane Anthony

Posted May 10, 2017
Professor of Religion at Belmont University, Spiritual Director at Sage Hill, and Master Gardener Dane Anthony explores what it means to listen to the needs of those around us rather than imposing our own wants.

Parable of the Fig Bush—Dane Anthony

Posted May 4, 2017
Professor of Religion at Belmont University, Spiritual Director at Sage Hill, and Master Gardener Dane Anthony shares learnings from his ongoing relationship with a fig bush.

Tallu Quinn: Ways to Get Involved

Posted April 26, 2017
Tallu Quinn, Executive Director of the Nashville Food Project, shares some ways the public can get involved this year.

Kelsey Miller | God's Abundance

Posted April 19, 2017
Kelsey Miller briefly reminisces on experiencing God's abundance in the offer of blueberries--and freeze pops!    

What are Potato Drops?

Posted April 19, 2017
Kelsey Miller, Program Coordinator for the Society of St. Andrew in Tennessee, talks about potato drops.

Nashville Food Project | Ways to Get Involved

Posted April 18, 2017
Nashville Food Project's Tallu Quinn explains how to dive and help support their work!  

Tallu Quinn: The Heart of Mutuality

Posted April 12, 2017
Tallu Quinn, Executive Director of the Nashville Food Project, emphasizes the importance of blurring the lines between giving and receiving.