Justice Kitchen in Gastonia

  • August 4, 2008 · 6:30 PM
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You're invited to attend a dinner party/cooking class like no other you've attended before: JUSTICE KITCHEN. Is the way you eat connected to the food riots in other parts of the world? Is there anything wrong with USDA's food pyramid? Do you think God cares about how you eat? And most importantly, what will you eat at the class!? Here's the trick: no one knows what is going to be served! Our guests leading the class, Brooke and Jason Evans, will travel around town to find fresh, local ingredients to prepare a healthy and tasty meal for us. During the cooking demonstration, we will discuss how diet can change things, how food and spirituality intersect and much more! Each attendee will walk away with a full stomach, new insights, recipes, and hand-outs.

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BROOKE EVANS is a holistic health counselor certified through Columbia University. Through her health practice she assists grops and individuals in discovering healthy, cost-effective, and conscientious ways of eating and living. Having fed hundreds of people at her family's dinner table, she has discovered the transformative power of food and community. She is currently working on a book titled, The Living Home: Christian Communities & The Food They Eat.

JASON EVANS is a student at Fuller Seminary and co-founder of The Ecclessia Collective, a network of faith communities, leaders, activists, and artists committed to nurturing grassroots expressions of God's kingdom in San Diego, California. The churches he has helped start have been discussed in books such as Emerging Worship by Dan Kimball, Emerging Churches by Eddie Gibbs and Ryan Bolger, and Jim & Casper Go To Church by Jim Henderson and Matt Casper.

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  • Steve K.

    This was so fun to have Brooke and Jason Evans with us, to prepare and eat good food together, to meditate on the role that food plays in our lives and in our spirituality. It was also good to just learn more from them about how they are living these things out in San Diego through their house church community.

    August 5, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    A delightful and engaging evening combining the spirituality and ethics of hospitality around a shared meal. The food was enchanting, the conversation was invigorating - all in all a welcoming experience.

    August 5, 2008

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