The Lausanne Creation Care Network (we’re behind the Pollinator) is really a partnership of a number of different organizations (see the list above). We have a lot of different things going on, and thought it would be beneficial to host a webinar where the different leaders can share their hopes […]
We have recently learned of a new nonprofit organization (Kinship Plot) with some interesting ideas for learning more about God’s creation and ourselves. Heads up, though. Their next “learning cohort” has already begun, though they are willing to hold registration open for a couple of days for readers of The […]
If you’ve read Katharine’s book and want to talk about it – or need an excuse to buy and read it, this is your opportunity! Sponsored by the Evangelical Environmental Network in the US, but open to all. Click here for more information. Find the book here.
ECHO is continuing their support of the farming community around the world with an online symposium for East African farmers. Click below for more details.:
We continue to be impressed by what we hear from the continent of Africa and from our Green Anglican friends in particular. Green Anglicans has just launched in the country of Kenya with plans to plant 15 million trees this year according to this report from The County website: The […]
There is no question that Ruth Padilla DeBorst is one of our favorite people. She combines a love for God and his people with a genuine passion for his creation, and communicates it all with gentleness and compassion. Here’s an opportunity to listen to Ruth share some of her thoughts […]
Here’s an invitation from Climate Intercessors to join them in prayer for the climate crisis. Prayer times are being held over Zoom and three times each scheduled day in order to accomodate different time zones. The next event will be February 8 as follows: Join our global zoom prayer meetings onTuesday, […]
We have received an excellent report from Eraston Kighoma about a four day ministry trip he recently took to the city of Kisangani (1.2 million people, largest city in the the northeast part of the DRC). Dr. Kighoma, who works with the Centre for Intercultural Missions and Research in Goma […]