Being good stewards of what has been entrusted to us as well as conserving traditions, values, morals and customs that were based on YHVH's eternal Word is a major concern of Retro-Culture. Being good stewards is done locally first and foremost: We do not waste water or pollute our own environment, we use well what we have been given, we grow our own food, work with our own hands, and mind our own business. We want to live in a community of people that adhere to similar values, pray to the same God, share our ideas about proper conduct and what the good life consists of. In order to build such a community, we must think locally, not globally.
More concrete ideas that are related to conserving as well as community building you will find in several other rooms of the Retro-Culture House. Good stewardship will be in focus in practically every other room,, whereas community related issues will mostly be discussed on the "porch".