This 5-part miniseries tells the story of Cultivate, a 5-day retreat at a farm, where a group of young adults gathered to rest and wrestle with questions of faith, work, and loss. // When did you finally grow up? Was it a linear process? A chaotic one? Some of both? For many of us, wrestling through our 20s and 30s with the reality of adulthood has produced more questions than answers. Those questions of work, faith, loss, and relationship (with God, with fellow humans, with the world around us) have emerged in knots and tangles. Often, there’s no safe place in which to try to make sense of them. So we imagined: What might that place look like? How could we create a space in which we could address these questions in an integrated and holistic way? And what if we did so in conversation with the land, the soil, and the table? https://www.thecultivatorspodcast.com
Ep. 5 - Rest
20:50Reflecting on the Cultivate experiment and consider what horizons may be in the future. Join our newsletter or contact us: thecultivatorspodcast.com. For more information on the Zoe Project: zoeproject.ptsem.edu.
Ep. 4 - Food
22:40How food and hospitality helped us understand our faith, work, and relationships. Join our newsletter or contact us: thecultivatorspodcast.com. More information on the Zoe Project: zoeproject.ptsem.edu.
Ep. 3 - Work
21:58Following the experiences of a few participants through their explorations of work, vocation, and purpose. Join our mailing list: thecultivatorspodcast.com. More information on the Zoe Project: zoeproject.ptsem.edu.
Ep. 2 - Compost
24:09Engaging questions of loss, death, and decay in our lives — and how God’s resurrection life is meeting us at the compost pile. Join our newsletter or contact us: https://www.thecultivatorspodcast.com/. More information on the Zoe Project: https://zoeproject.ptsem.edu.
Ep. 1 - Seeds
32:41In this episode, we explore the origins and planning process for the Cultivate project. Visit our website for more information: https://www.thecultivatorspodcast.com. More information on the Zoe Project: https://www.zoeproject.ptsem.edu.