Robyn M Hartwig, Pastor/Organizer EcoFaith Recovery

Current Position/Vocation/Location

PastorRobyn@ecofaithrecovery.org; PastorRobyn@standrewlutheran.com

Pastor/Organizer EcoFaith Recovery, Portland, Oregon

Associate Pastor, St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Beaverton, Oregon

 

Workshop/Lecture/Presentation titles

·       Spiritual Practices for Awakening Leadership and overcoming Denial, Overwhelm, and Burnout

·       Personal story telling as public witness

·       Relational conversations as spiritual currency in service of the common good

 

Current Personal/Public Activity relating to ecology

Founder of EcoFaith Recovery in metropolitan Portland, Oregon in partnership with many other lay and ordained Lutheran leaders. (See listing for EcoFaith Recovery above.)

 

Links/Websites/Blogs highlighting work

http://www.ecofaithrecovery.org/about/history/

http://earthjustice.org/50states/2013/robyn-hartwig

http://www.southernohiosynod.org/aws/SOS/asset_manager/get_file/99950?ver=107

http://emoregon.org/creation-justice/

 

Reference/Testimony or link to biographical profile.

http://www.ecofaithrecovery.org/about/history/

http://www.ecofaithrecovery.org/speakers/

http://www.standrewlutheran.com/

http://www.elm.org/2010/06/28/robyn-hartwig/

 

Summary Quote from Speaker

 

Even our elected public officials have described our country as being “addicted to oil” and hooked on unlimited growth. Can we imagine our churches as centers of recovery from unsustainable systems and unjust practices that wreak havoc upon the most vulnerable while degrading the whole of creation? To grow a congregational recovery movement, we need spiritually grounded, relationally-connected leaders engaging in deep spiritual practices, mutual support, accountability, education, mentorship, courageous public action and ongoing reflection.