The Farminary Project at Princeton Theological Seminary integrates theological education with small-scale sustainable agriculture in the conviction that the skills and character vital to faithful Christian leadership must be formed in direct relationship with God’s good creation. Located at the seminary’s 21-acre farm, this project is a garden of innovation and an incubator for leadership.
“I had been nurturing a dream in the back of my mind for a number of years. It excited me, but seemed beyond what I could realistically accomplish. And then I talked to Ministry Incubators, and Mark uttered those three game-changing words: ‘Let’s do it!’ Kenda and Mark not only affirmed the relevance of my dream for ministry, they helped map steps to make it a reality, and are providing endless encouragement along the way.
Ministry Incubators’ sweet spot is not merely championing big dreams for God’s Kingdom. It is strategically and passionately giving flesh and bones to those dreams.” —Nathan Stucky, director of the Farminary Project at Princeton Theological Seminary