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A portrait of Sibonukuhle Ncube, one of the speakers in the first episode
Episode One
Weeping While Planting

In this premiere episode we talk about the essence of justice. In the midst of drastic ecological, political, and economic shifts, who is being harmed the most? Who is left behind?

A portrait of Bob and Linda McKinney hugging and laughing. The McKinney's are both featured in Episode Two
Episode Two
Feeding the Five-Thousand

Conversations hit close to home in Episode Two. We make some unexpected friendships and begin to realize that the implications of climate change go beyond just natural disasters.

A portrait of Markella Gianato, one of the people featured in Episode Three
Episode Three
Winds of the Spirit

This episode takes us from Texas to West Virginia to Nepal to hear accounts of devastating floods. What are the things disaster can’t take away, and where do we find them?

Episode Four
Tales of the Sower

In Episode Four we look at our relationship to the land through the eyes of farmers and learn how changing weather patterns and economic constraints impact food production.

Episode Five

In Episode Five we talk about environmental amnesia–disconnection from the natural world. Hear how food can be a tool for connecting with both our eco-systems and our neighbors.

Episode Six
Healing of the Eyes

A conversation with Native American farmer, pastor, and professor Randy Woodley causes us to reflect on our role in creation while processing the recent IPCC report.

Episode Seven
Bodies of Christ

In Episode Seven we tease out the connections between our treatment of the Earth and our treatment of human bodies, particularly those of women and people of color.

Episode Eight
Death and Resurrection

Trash or treasure? This episode takes us into the world of weeds and waste. Hear how our assumptions about waste can be damaging environmentally, theologically, and socially.

Episode Nine
The Eye of the Needle

Will technology get us through the climate crisis? Can capitalism and climate action co-exist? As Season One draws to a close, we confront some of our deepest uncertainties.

Episode Ten
Go, in Peace

In our season finale, we revisit three interviews that help us understand the layered meanings of “being in community.” We discuss how to bring others along with us in climate change response.