James lives near Seattle, WA. He enjoys combining his academic training and pastoral experience in his writing. Learn more about him, and the organization he leads, at www.circlewood.online.
Vidhya lives with her husband and daughter near Seattle, WA. She aspires that as a family, they will seek, learn, and do things within their means to care for people and creation.
The Rev. Elaine H. Breckenridge is a retired Episcopal priest residing on Camano Island, Washington. She enjoys serving as a substitute priest, caring for two grandsons, exploring nature, and writing.
Jessalyn lives in the PNW and works as the marketing and communications manager for Circlewood.
Jeff Reed serves as the pastor of Highland Covenant Church in Bellevue, Washington and manages Wind in the Reeds Press, a small publishing enterprise. He is married to Susan and has three grown kids.
Julie is growing in her ecological as well as Christian knowledge, and loving every minute of it.
My outlook on life (and my writing) is defined by presence on the interfaces between Christian faith, science and the arts. I was a marine scientist for 32 years, with an ecumenical faith background.
Tonya is a PNW native and works (and plays!) at a middle school library. She loves fall, is always ready for a walk or a cup of coffee, and she continues to believe the best is yet to come!
Josh lives with his wife and two daughters on the unceded land of the Ohlone people, in Oakland, Ca. He oversees Ecological Discipleship and Via Divina for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
I love living & pastoring in the eclectic Ecodistrict Audubon Park in Orlando, FL. My passions include sustainability, gardening, the arts, as well as addressing issues of hunger & human rights.
Activist, passionate gardener, and author, Christine is the Founder of the contemplative blog godspacelight.com. Her most recent book is The Gift of Wonder: Creative Practices for Delighting in God.
Mac Is a retired pastor and missionary living in Monroe, WA with his wife, Debbie. He loves his family, hiking, photography, kayaking, and soccer and is passionate about caring for God’s creation.
Rick is a pastor and spiritual director from Coupeville, WA. A blogger on nature as a spiritual pathway (rickmylander.com), he and wife Gail are amateur naturalists, outdoors whenever possible.
Joe Sheldon taught for 36 years, authored two books and many articles, and helps lead several environmental organizations. He retired to Whidbey Island, Washington where he lives with his wife, Donna.