Whether we learn about it or not, many of our comforts and everyday activity is fueled at the expense of the land and brothers and sisters. In this episode, Sarah Ullom-Minnich introduces us to a 23 year old battle for environmental justice in Ecuador and reminds us that inaction in the face of injustice is just as wrong as active participation.
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Dunker Punks are united in following Christ’s radical love by the power of the Spirit to the glory of God. The podcast team speaks up to record witness of Dunker Punks growing Heaven on Earth. We relay the freedom we’ve found in obedient service, study, and community to encourage listeners in their walk on the Jesus way to God’s revolutionary reality. We see ear bud cords stretching like the mustard seed weed, as people regularly tune-in, actively engage, and enthusiastically recommend the Dunker Punks Podcast.
Jacob Crouse created DPP’s theme song, “Modifiers.” Some of this week’s background music was also created by Bauchamp.