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New Creation News – an update

Posted October 12th, 2015 in Blog, Featured, New Creation News 2 Comments

The significance of our time is that we are the generation that must begin to chart the course of new creation, carve the paths to the new ways of life that the planet’s limits and the emerging collapses of the industrial growth model of economics will force on us, willingly or not.

What we choose in this project is to embrace the coming transition willingly.

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Plants grow from the roots – the ecology of social movements

Posted March 4th, 2015 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Like roots of a healthy plant, social movements grow from below. In recent years, a grassroots movement has emerged in much of the U.S. in response to the fossil fuel industry’s increasing destruction of our eco-communities. Some of those “healthy plants” came together in Madison WI on Feb. 21, and this is part of that story, a story of hope and inspiration. We have lost a lot; we have not lost everything. The seeds of ecological/social/cultural transformation are maturing into one of the most significant, and arguably most important movements of this century.

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Re-inventing the Center for New Creation can only be done in community – because that’s how “creation” works

Posted October 20th, 2014 in Blog, Featured, New Creation News Comments Off on Re-inventing the Center for New Creation can only be done in community – because that’s how “creation” works

Whether or not there is hope depends on what we do now…as we form community based in friendship, conviviality, humility, shared risk, play, and even joy, we will already be on our way to moving beyond what is causing all these collapses to creating the news ways of life that can one day emerge out of the old.

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January 2014 – news and things to do

Posted January 23rd, 2014 in Blog, New Creation News Comments Off on January 2014 – news and things to do

Project updates: recent presentations, pipelines, oil tanker trains, frac sand mining, and more.

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