A Rocha International has made a page available for those who would like to post a message of condolence or encouragement.
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 […]
We are pleased to announce the release of a new, free video resource from our friends at Lausanne Global Classroom. This is a collection of 12 five to seven minute videos that can be used individually or all together in teaching about creation care. Here is the description of the […]
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 […]
On the occasion of the Season of Creation, the WEASC together with the World Council of Churches and Bread for the World hosted a webinar titled “How Christians can Really Engage in Creation Care“. Here’s their description: “God saw everything that he had made, and indeed, it was very good.” […]
Our friends at Au Sable Institute have released a beautiful new video that you can use. Here’s their announcement: We have released a six-minute video that provides an introduction to the Biblical mandate to serve, protect and restore God’s earth. The video was filmed this past summer on Au Sable’s Great […]
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 […]