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 […]
Brian Webb is teaching another FREE (yes, you read that right!) online course out of Houghton College. This one starts this week – on Wednesday, 1 September. It is scheduled each Wednesday from 7 to 9 pm Eastern Time (US) but registered participants can watch recordings in their own time […]
The annual Justice Conference hosted by Tearfund will be online and worldwide this year on 22 May. It’s going to be 24 hours long, so time zones don’t seem to be a concern. Everyone can participate without losing sleep. (Thank you for that, Tearfund!) From the conference website: The Justice […]
Last week we announced Creation at the Crossroads 2.0 – Sharing Our Stories. This online consultation presented as a partnership between The University of Wisconsin’s Loka Initiative, Care of Creation, A Rocha and the Lausanne/WEA Creation Care Network will be held 25-27 May. Read the announcement here.
Ed Brown recently spent an hour and a half with Lawrence Ko of the Singapore Centre for Global Mission discussing creation care in the context of Christians who live in the great cities of Asia. Here’s the video:
Important and interesting blog posts from Vinoth Ramachandra, Ruth Padilla Deborst, Dave Bookless and others.
Bishop NT Wright had quite an impact several months ago when the global pandemic was yet young (remember those days, back in March?!?) with an article in Time magazine provocatively titled “About the Coronavirus. It’s Not Supposed To“. (We told you about that article here.) Tom has been busy – […]
The theme for this year’s Season of Creation will be Jubilee for the Earth. In preparation for this year’s Season (starts 1 September), please join a webinar on 8 June at 16:00 Central European Time (14:00 UTC). Speakers include a global line up, several of whom are well known to […]
The United Nation’s version of Earth Day, World Environment Day will be observed in many of our countries around the world on Friday, June 5. It is being officially hosted by Colombia and Germany with a theme of biodiversity. We hope you will take part wherever you are.
An excellent webinar on “rethinking our People & Planet partnership in light of Covid-19