The book, which was published in Britain last month and has been co-edited by ARC’s Susie Weldon and Sue Campbell, asks people of faith to make the link between what they eat and their beliefs.
Faith in Food is a beautifully presented collection of essays, reflections on food, recipes, prayers, quotes and inspiring stories.
The stories include the development of the Islamic Farming handbook, the work of the Gomba Women's Environment Project in Uganda, the dry-season gardens created by members of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Ghana and the Farming God’s Way workshops run by Care of Creation Kenya and attended by members of the Methodist Church in Kenya.
The role of food in six major faiths: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam and Sikhism is also examined in the book, which has a foreword by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.
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