Dr. Cameron Jorgenson, Assistant Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics at Campbell Divinity School, is teaching a course this summer called,  “Theology, Spiritual Formation, and Creation Care.” 
During the first hour of class, he and the students tend Campbell University’s community garden.  The class is having a variety of firsthand experiences as well as reading assignments and discussion groups with the goal of gaining “a broader vision of what it means to be good stewards of God’s creation, paying attention to how we relate to food, to our families and communities, to our churches, to our work, and ultimately to our practice of the Christian faith.”  He adds that they have looked closely at what is broken in our world, but rather than responding with despair, “we have hope that we can be used by God as agents of change.”


Christina Powell
# Christina Powell
Thursday, August 04, 2011 11:39 AM
This was an extraordinary class with extraordinary lessons about the State-of-the-Earth and its inhabitants. I appreciated all that I learned from the Professor and classmates! Thank you from a Creation Lover!

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