John Stott Creation Care Symposium at Wheaton College

John Stott was not only the ‘evangelical pope’ and one of the fathers of the Lausanne Movement. He was also a passionate advocate for God’s creation and long-time supporter of A Rocha and many other creation care initiatives. Wheaton College is honoring that legacy with a Symposium focusing on Stott’s commitments to creation care October 6-8. This event will feature a number of speakers well-known to members of the Creation Care Network, including Chris Wright, Ruth Padilla DeBorst, Zac Niringiye, Ruth Valerio, Jason Fileta, Kuki Rokhum, Myrto Theocharous, Mark Labberton, and an arts & worship workshop by A Rocha. The event is free and open to the public and is hosted by Wheaton’s Human Needs and Global Resources group (HNGR)

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