Don’t be deceived! Generosity is not as simple as swiping a credit card. Here’s how to really give from the heart.
Have you forgotten about Haiti? Here’s one way to remember (and love) brothers and sisters still suffering from environmental disaster.
Flourish president Rusty Pritchard writes from Port-au-Prince, detailing the tragedy of Haitian politics in the time of cholera, and where hope can still be found.
“…there is something on the horizon the likes of which we have never seen before.”
Christians seeking guidance on living humanly in an increasingly technological world might look to…The Lord of the Rings?
We’ve been celebrating the end of the British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, but it’s too early to celebrate the end of the oil’s destruction in the Gulf. Karen Pritchard explains where it’s still lurking.
When you you most need to bring the outdoors in? During winter! Here’s how.
The words of Wendell Berry draw Margaret Feinberg past “green” trends and deeper into the soulful significance of creation care.
“For the Sabbath is the counterpoint of living…”
A climate change film by a scientist known for his skepticism. How could it possibly be the sequel to An Inconvenient Truth?
The season of Advent means the advent of next year’s garden, too.
The routine of the garden year is split open by transcendent surprises.
John James Audubon questions whether we’re too blind to see the the beauty around us.
A 115-year-old congregation in one of Indianapolis’s rougher urban neighborhoods might not be the first image to pop into one’s mind when one thinks of a “green” church.
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