Under the Rubble: Haiti is Not “Done”

“Fifteen years ago I wasn’t all that excited about working in a nation sometimes referred to as ‘the graveyard of good intentions.’” How will more good intentions help or hurt Haiti in the wake of its greatest disaster yet?

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Poetry: “Requests”

“We want … an end to all our wanting.”

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Listening With Our Eyes

“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.”

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Toolshed: Organic Gardening 101

The how’s and why’s of cultivating the earth and connecting to God through organic gardening.

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Where’s all the Family Fun?

Family Fun articles will return when the feature’s editor comes back from serving in Haiti.

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Turn the Lights Down Low and Enjoy the Show: Watching Environmental Films in Church

A list of great creation care-related films and a guide for engaging them as Christians.

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Out of the Simplicity of Lent, Generosity of Life

“We are dissatisfied with wanting, tasting and getting…” What is a better way?

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Summer Creation Care Internship with Restoring Eden

Restoring Eden is looking for 2-4 individuals to join them in paid internship positions for their tour of Christian music concerts this summer. Get the word out about mountaintop removal mining and other stewardship issues with Restoring Eden!

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A Green Mama on Learning to Live Wisely and Well

An “overtired, hyper-caffeinated, stressed-out mom” still manages to take a step of stewardship each day, and encourages us that “sustainable living is totally doable.”

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Family Fun: Three Easy Steps to Starting those Springtime Seeds

Believe it or not, it’s time to start your garden! Here’s the easiest way to begin.

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Cultivating Community: Slurp a Little Soup to Help Haiti Rebuild

Haitians celebrate solidarity and community each independence day by eating Soup Joumou. Join with Haiti in that same solidarity by hosting a fundraising, community-building Soup Joumou dinner of your own!

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The Danger of Small Steps in Creation Care

We are warned that small steps of stewardship are dangerously futile. When guided by the Creator, small steps can be dangerous, indeed.

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Tending to Eden: The rural poor are tangled in the roots of creation’s groaning

Trees: their absence leads to poverty, but their flourishing helps the rural poor of the world thrive.

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Extending the Front Porch: How to Host a Church E-Waste Collection Event

How your church can turn its giant asphalt parking lot into a tool to care for creation.

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