“Famine or Feast” – WHO IS ASKING INTERESTING QUESTIONS IN THE CONVERSATION ABOUT HOW WE EAT? (POST #8)

As we continue to explore the dynamic between food and justice, let us introduce you to… Tim Dickau has been a pastor at Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, in East Vancouver, for over two decades. He led the church to refocus its mission towards the emergence of a number of creative responses as a church in and forContinue reading ““Famine or Feast” – WHO IS ASKING INTERESTING QUESTIONS IN THE CONVERSATION ABOUT HOW WE EAT? (POST #8)”

“God, humanity, and land” – WHO IS ASKING INTERESTING QUESTIONS IN THE CONVERSATION ABOUT HOW WE EAT? (POST #7)

As we continue to explore the dynamic between food and justice, let us introduce you to… Kurtis Peters currently facilitates a bulk-buying group focused on connecting local organic farms with his community around Commercial Drive in East Vancouver. He also currently teaches Biblical Hebrew and related things at UBC, and tries to plug food inContinue reading ““God, humanity, and land” – WHO IS ASKING INTERESTING QUESTIONS IN THE CONVERSATION ABOUT HOW WE EAT? (POST #7)”

WHO IS CHANGING THE CONVERSATION AROUND HOW WE EAT (POST #6)?

As we continue to explore the foodie scene and who is involved in bringing good food to the vulnerable in our community, let us introduce you to… Jenn Cline is a former professional chef who also has a BA in International Development Studies (with a focus on food systems). She has always had a love forContinue reading “WHO IS CHANGING THE CONVERSATION AROUND HOW WE EAT (POST #6)?”