Ed Brown and Dave Bookless were invited by the Lausanne Children and Evangelism network to discuss how creation care and ministry to children are related. This rich hour-long conversation is available on video. https://vimeo.com/362773559/08f3689c62
Monthly Archives: September 2019
A Rocha Canada is looking for a Director for their outreach work in Ontario: Currently A Rocha Canada focuses its efforts in British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario. The Ontario Director will make a significant impact on the community and the surrounding landscape by growing the Cedar Haven Eco-Centre, Hamilton Hub […]
Are the fires really worse than previous years, or are we once again being subjected media hype? A Rocha has taken the time to dig into the issue with particular reference to how Christians in Brazil are responding. Here is an important summary paragraph (but do yourself a favor and […]
Ed Brown and others will be sharing in a webinar on Monday, September 30 on this topic, hosted by the World Evangelical Alliance Sustainability Center. See below for information and to register:
The young lady from Sweden continues to challenge the authorities, this time at the United Nations. Here’s her full talk. Please listen and share:
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.
The Resound Worship Team, based in the UK, is conducting a world-wide search for new worship songs on the themes of creation, ecology and Christian hope. They are calling the effort Doxecology. (We love the name!) Peter Harris of A Rocha explains why he believes this is so important: “doxecology […]
A regularly updated list of Season of Creation activities in local churches around the world. Send us yours!
Waste is a problem in many of our countries, but TEAR Fund has chosen to draw our attention to the particular challenge of rubbish in Africa. Here’s a recent blog post by Sas Conradie, TEAR Fund’s Theology and Networking Manager for Africa, after a recent trip to Angola: