We envision a place where people prepare to be stewards of soul and soil. A place of prayer, peace, and reconciliation of heart (what we believe) and hands (what we do). A place where people learn to live self-sufficiently and rely on The Self-Sufficient. A refuge for those on a spiritual hijrah from the economics of exploitation to an economics of emancipation, a post-usury culture.
Thus far we've acquired the land for this yet named place of prayer, peace, and reconciliation. Currently, we are building models and developing a land use plan to guide us in placing roads, paths, buildings, and other infrastructure. This year, God willing we will relocate the Hijrah Hut built in Oregon last year and move it to the land sometime this year.
Below you'll find some recommended reading.
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