In Hawaii caring for the land is a deeply held value. Learn more, including practical ways to celebrate Earth Day.
As Christian Educators it is our responsibility to help the children make the connection between faith, stewardship, and environmental awareness.
Care and justice for all creation is a core value of most Christian denominations. Eco-justice ministries seek to heal, defend, and work toward justice for all God's creation and to respect the kinship and connection of all that God created through education, advocacy, and action. Palm Sunday offers an opportunity for churches to put this value into action.
Would Jesus likely be a vegetarian today? Does the Bible say anything about vegetarianism? Is eating meat sinful? What does it mean to "eat mercifully"?
People spent much more time with plants and animals long ago than we do today in activities such as farming, gardening, and shepherding. As a result, their voices offer deep spiritual insights into how God is at work in nature.
Autumn is around the corner. Most of us are ready for a nip in the air, apple cider, dazzling foliage, pumpkins—and an end to hurricanes and wildfires. For many Christian communities, celebrating the change of seasons are occurring within the church doors as well.
Many modern Christians and churches have discovered Celtic spirituality and traditions, emphasizing connection to the natural world.
"Rogation" comes from the Latin rogare, to ask. These days were originally set aside as time of prayer for bountiful harvests on land and sea. They have been expanded and are now times of prayer for commerce and industry and for the stewardship of creation.
Can a pet change a family? A marriage? Maybe not, but feeling of unconditional love let God work in new and special ways. Two stories will make you smile.