Tagged: creation care

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...

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,...

Why Should Christians Care About Animals?

by Sarah Withrow King Post originally written for CreatureKind and reprinted here with permission.  God does. God’s care of and provision for creation is clear from the opening verses of the Bible to the...

Pray Ceaselessly and Eat Justly

Eating Our Environmentalism at Every Meal by Bruce Friedrich “God has showed you, O human, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? Only that you act justly, love mercy, and...

All Creation Praises God

Canticle of the Sun by St. Francis of Assisi Most high, all powerful, all good Lord! All praise is Yours, all glory, all honor, and all blessing. To You, alone, Most High, do they...

Closing the Gender Gap in Tanzania

Plant With Purpose trains entrepreneurial women farmers by Heather Tomlinson Poking around my small backyard vegetable garden, I tire quickly, and the fruits of my work are scanty. Yet on a recent trip to...

Our Property, God’s Property

by Fletcher Harper The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it… Psalm 24:1 To reconcile divine ownership with the realities of modern life, it’s important...

Planting the Future

Reforestation Addresses Poverty at the Roots, One Tree at a Time by Tim Høiland On the surface, it may appear that planting trees and caring for the poor are two separate undertakings. But when...

Green Comes in Many Shades: Audrey Peterman

by Kristyn Komarnicki While rarely front and center in media coverage of all things green, people of color are an essential and growing part of the environmental movement. Meet three people—a journalist, a scientist,...