Dave Bookless has been busy in Switzerland for the last several days. Here’s his summary of a number of events he participated in: There was a series of Creation Care meetings, conferences and events in Switzerland from 20th-24th November, with Rev Dr Dave Bookless from A Rocha International / Lausanne […]
The HNGR (Human Needs and Global Resources) program at Wheaton College recently honored John Stott’s legacy with a symposium titled Radical Discipleship: Loving Jesus in all of life, celebrating three commitments evident in Stott’s life: strengthening global church leadership, broadening Christian social engagement, and demonstrating that creation care is integral […]
Rachel Mash (South Africa) seems to be determined to show the rest of the world what Green really looks like. Two notices from the Green Anglicans recently are worth noting: Clean up and tree planting in Kenya: The Anglican Church in Kenya posted this report of activities taking place in […]
Even with chaos in the streets that grabbed headlines around the world, more than 200 people gathered in Hong Kong recently for a conference on creation care. The Hong Kong Conference on Creation Care and the Gospel was sponsored by the Lausanne/WEA Creation Care Network, though it was organized (and […]
LWCCN’s Dave Bookless was one of the keynote speakers at a Season of Creation webinar recently addressing the vital topic of biodiversity. This is worth listening to! Check the video link and PDFs of two of the main talks in the main article.
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One of the most creative creation care projects we know is in Baja California on the west coast of Mexico. Steve Dresselhaus stepped back from a senior leadership position at a major North American mission agency a few years ago to begin Reconciliamar, with the stated goal of doing evangelism, […]
Two years ago Shelley Spruit’s cooking was the highlight of the LWCCN Europe Conference in France. But Shelley is more than a cook – she’s a grain farmer in Ontario, Canada, working with her husband Tony to grow and distribute ancient traditional grain varieties to other farmers, chefs and restaurants. Read Shelley’s latest note to us.
For the 3rd time in a row, a small team in Germany gathered recently to do some environmental education activities at the annually held Freakstock, a festival run by the Christian Jesus Freaks movement. In the “Cathedral of Woods and Meadows”, people were invited to join workshops and excursions to the beautiful forests surrounding it, or simply to enjoy the peace at the “cathedral”, at a busy festival attended by several thousand people.
Focusing on the 99% of Christians who minister through their workplaces, Lausanne’s Global Workplace Forum <www.lausanne.org/gatherings/lausanne-global-workplace-forum> held in Manila June 25-29 was also an opportunity to draw the church’s attention to the vital importance of caring for God’s creation. One of the evening plenaries featured a creation care segment with […]