Campus Pastor at University Lutheran Center – South Dakota State University
Brookings, South Dakota
I enjoy being involved in a larger organization and network with people who have a similar interest in advocating for justice in God’s creation. It’s challenging to think on a broader level of how we can impact the lives of the next generation and to use our gifts for good.
Part of my personal theology is creation care and care for the environment. I see the Lakota spirituality of Mitakuye Oyasin (All are related) as primary in how I view my neighbor and in how I view the creation. All things are related and we need to treat each other, and the creation as God’s good gifts to us. We cannot follow Christ fully if we are unable to faithfully care for all that God has made.