“In observing some of the devastation caused by our own hands, we might hear Him say that we have work to do to restore His Creation.”
Deep Down Things
“We are dissatisfied with wanting, tasting and getting…” What is a better way?
We are warned that small steps of stewardship are dangerously futile. When guided by the Creator, small steps can be dangerous, indeed.
C.S. Lewis is best known for imaginative Christian allegories and wise applications of faith to life. But did you know that a rich understanding of creation’s glory and degradation was foundational to his work and his faith?
Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.
The front porch rises again! And it extends further back into history and further ahead into the future than you would have ever thought.
It’s not enough for Christians to claim that environmentalism seems like a religion. We have to provide some answers for what to do about that, and see it as the opportunity it is.
Nobody likes to be labeled. Get past the labels and make some surprising discoveries and unique partnerships in the world of environmental stewardship.
No matter how humble our immediate environment is, we must learn and love that place before we can learn and love the whole creation.
The environmental crisis is a crisis of character. How do we develop and employ virtues like prudence, courage, faith, and hope to confront it?
Dr. Bruce Ware writes about God’s revelation in creation.
What does a vet with an artistic call from God do? Lidija Ivanek paints the beauty and love he has created in animals.
You don’t have to move to the city or the country to live a sustainable lifestyle. The best choice may be to see change at home.
Wherever you turn your eyes the world can shine like transfiguration.