Category: Creation Care

God’s Created World

By Sarah Withrow King I was raised in a Christian house, accepted Jesus as my Savior when I was a child, and have continued to grow (and stumble, and repent, and rejoice) in faith...

Kyle Meyaard-Schaap Visits Eastern University

By Jill Murphy Last month, Evangelicals for Social Action was thrilled to help bring Kyle Meyaard-Schaap, the National Organizer and Spokesperson for YECA (Young Evangelicals for Climate Action), to Eastern University. Kyle served as...

The Next Best Time

By Kristyn Komarnicki The history of our planet is one of abundance and beauty, of life and goodness. While there is also war and disease, pollution and decay, God’s dream for us is clearly...

Reduce Suffering Where You Can

By John Seel Much of our activism is more smug than sacrificial, “hashtag activism” without an embodied commitment. Social justice is only what love looks like in public when it costs us something. Our...

Saying Goodbye

By Sarah Withrow King If you’ve cared for an animal through death, you know it’s a sacrificial commitment, both financially and emotionally. Because our commitment to the animals in our homes is lifelong, it...

Boys and Friends of the Congolese Earth

By Rita Chapman Every summer vacation at Kikongo, packs of bored little boys run through the grasslands and forests, looking for ways to amuse themselves. Their days are filled setting traps for rats, birds,...