In August 2016, our church spent a month reflecting on the promise of ugly food. Through preaching, visits and volunteering with GleanSLO, film screenings, and finally an Ugly Food Banquet, we brought a spiritual dimension to the problem of food waste in America and had fun with it. The following is a collection of sermons and links to online films. May they inspire you to create your own ugly food projects.
My favorite Genesis commentary is by Nahum Sarna -- this book tutored me on the defining narratives and themes of the Bible, including how I view the presence of drought in biblical literature. (Public Library and Reference)
Here's that super fun article about pomegranates that started it all from NPR's THE SALT:
There's a couple places to find the films we screened. Here are some direct links. You can also explore Gerald Iversen's post as it is a huge clearinghouse of all things Ugly Food, especially if you want to catch up on our speakers and the talks they gave. This is a must if you want to put together your own project.