We started going to Nepal in 2015 and found a welcoming network of Christians to work with as we attempted to chronicle the aftermath of the earthquakes that year. Our interests are primarily secular though we are interested in how various theologies impact the economic and ecological entanglements we focus on. This networking has given us access to people and situations we would never experience on our own. They also happen to be some of the world’s nicest people who get along famously with their Hindu and Buddhist brethren. But it’s getting tougher to be Christian in Nepal because of a new law that makes it illegal to convert others to the faith.