Where do we go to replenish our hearts?
On this season of Learning How to See, we’re exploring ways to reframe our Christian identity so that it reflects our lived reality.
In this episode author, wilderness educator, and Mennonite organizer, Todd Wynward, offers his perspective that spending time in the wilderness—physically and spiritually— can fill our hearts and minds with new meaning.
Throughout this season, as questions or thoughts arise, we’d love to hear from you. You can contact us by leaving a voicemail or emailing us at [email protected]
Meet the Guest
Todd Wynward is an author, father, public school founder, math video game designer, small-scale farmer, wilderness educator and Mennonite minister for watershed discipleship. He has been engaged in education reform and social change movements for twenty years—starting both Roots & Wings Community School and Vista Grande HS—and has spent more than a thousand nights outdoors. With his allies in New Mexico Todd tries to practice an earth-honoring, people-dignifying, society-changing, despair-erasing Christianity. His recent book, Rewilding the Way: Break Free to Follow an Untamed God, was published by Herald Press.