In deep waters : spiritual care for young people in a climate crisis / Talitha Amadea Aho.Material type: TextPublisher: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, 2022Description: viii, 259 pages ; 22 cmContent type:
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- BT695.5 .A36 2022
- BV4531.3 .A36 2022
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|Book: Standard||Hewitson Library, Presbyterian Research Centre||Main||BR115.G58 A36 2022 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||23-671|
All this pain -- I'm not okay, but I'm OK -- Together, we can make it -- Exercises in vulnerability. Jumping into grief -- Like nature's hugging you -- A new name -- Better not to have been born -- Gaining confidence -- Beauty makes a difference. Floating with fireflies -- Back to the stars -- Trying to be sustainable --Choosing carefully -- If you don't pick us up, who will? -- Mulching muscle memory -- Yelling at God -- Forgiving and unburdening -- Are you with me? -- Releasing defensiveness -- Flowing through intersections. Postlude at low tide.
"The starting point for In Deep Water: Spiritual Care for Young People in a Climate Crisis is not news: the world as we know it is shifting. Several millennia of climate stability have come to an abrupt end.But, observes Talitha Amadea Aho, the young people of today do not remember stability. They see the world through crisis-colored glasses. Climate change is creating a spiritual emergency that is hitting their generation harder than any other. We must learn how to offer spiritual care that is informed by the spiritual-ecological crisis of this time. This book will help you keep young people at the center of your community and listen to the troubles they have to share. Whether you are a Gen Z peer or a caring adult of any other generation, In Deep Water will show you how to offer ecologically informed spiritual care."--Page  of cover.