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“In Rewilding the Way, Wynward offers wild hope for a tame world. If you are yearning for an earth-honoring, despair-crushing, culture-resisting, Jesus-following response to the crises of our times, look no further..."

-- Richard Rohr

Biography: Todd Wynward is an author, father, public school founder, small-scale farmer, wilderness educator and Mennonite minister for watershed discipleship. He has been engaged in education reform and social change movements for twenty years, and has spent more than a thousand nights outdoors. He and his wife Peg started an Outward Bound public school and are founders of TiLT, an incubator for intentional living in Taos, NM.  His new non-fiction book, Rewilding the Way: Break Free to Follow an Untamed God, was published in 2015 by Herald Press. Find more of his writings and doings at taostilt.org and rewildingtheway.com.

Activities

Talk meaningfully to other adults as kids play! Highlights may include wildland camping, overnight backpacking, blind rock scrambling, sunrise yoga, adobe brick making, campfire songs, river meditation, peak ascents, whitewater boating and biblical analysis in wild places, all designed to open radically new possibilities for families. Guided by Todd Wynward, for adventurous, active families with teens & youth ages 8+


Themes

How can we nurture loving families and practice radical discipleship? How can we be in today’s consumer culture but not tamed by it? My family lives in two worlds, striving to follow the radical Jesus while still being shackled to consumerism, affluence and busyness. Maybe you are too. We are the tribe of the semi-transformed, the halfway-there, the partially-free. We want to live more transformatively, but we’ve made important life commitments—meaningful vocations, good marriages, growing families, home mortgages, community involvements—that we don’t intend to break.


Is there any hope for sorry half-disciples like us? Luckily, yes. God knows our hearts. God created us, inconsistent and imperfect, to be just as we are, and expects us to love our families and seek to walk the Jesus Way.


What kind of a better “good life” might we embody in America today—one that is better for us and our world? Come join the family discussion--there is a journey of doing and undoing to begin. The first thing we need to do is come to the wilderness to clear the cobwebs and reclaim our incredible, wild potential as beloved children and families of God.


Cost & Registration

$395 for eight days/seven nights. Travel to/from the Taos area not included. Contact toddwynward@gmail.com with your intent to register and to receive registration materials and personal equipment list. Personal equipment for all sizes—backpacks, sleeping bags, etc--may be borrowed. Group gear—tents, tarps, stoves, boats and lifejackets and related equipment—is provided. Group size: 10-20 participants.

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