A Lifestyle that says–“Welcome Home”

check out a post from Eric that was part of Ignatian Solidarity Network’s Lenten series: “Breaking Forth”: https://ignatiansolidarity.net/blog/2018/03/12/lifestyle-welcome-home/ “They shall live in the houses they build, and eat the fruit of the vineyards they plant.” Isaiah 65:21 Sounds pretty basic, right? Sounds like … (read more here)


Faith and Farming

Bonjour, I’m Claire, and I’m French.  I like to say that when I applied to be a Fall Servant at BF, I was looking for “a farm-community to garden with Christ.” After traveling on my own and farming for several months, I felt the need to join a community with whom I could share both … More Faith and Farming

When a Place Becomes a Home

  Reposted from North Central College’s Campus Ministry Page: April 3, 2017NCC Ministry & Service By: Kaylie Rosenkranz, Student, Spring Break Service Trip Participant Community. Prayer. Simplicity. Service.  Bethlehem Farm’s four pillars couldn’t describe the farm’s magic more perfectly.  Bethlehem Farm was not just a service trip. It was a home.  From the very beginning … More When a Place Becomes a Home

Lenten Simplicity Challenge

Youth and adults at Our Lady of Grace parish in Noblesville, IN, are planning a Simplicity Challenge for Lent.  Check it out!  lent-simplicity-challenge-handout-2017 The registration and raffle are just for OLG parishioners, but anyone can join them in the challenge!  OLG parishioner and high school student Sam Bleisch explains why he will be doing the Lenten Simplicity … More Lenten Simplicity Challenge