Join with Christian colleges students across the country in a collaborative chorus of praise and plea to the One who creates and sustains.
Chicagoland’s Christians gave a warm welcome to Flourish last week. Here’s a recap!
Kenya is a country on the brink. Environmental sustainability is crucial to helping it survive a crippling drought and famine.
Let pandas go extinct because they’re not useful? Chuck Colson says, absolutely not.
Stewardship and gratitude must be our responses to the grace that, as Wendell Berry writes in his poem “Wild Geese,” “what we need is here.”
In August, Illinois passed unprecedented legislation to make the local, in-state food economy a viable and stable one.
Do you live in Oregon? Flourish co-founder Rusty Pritchard will be in Portland this weekend, speaking on creation care at a variety of events.
With BBC footage compiled by The Branch Church in Texas and music by Brian Doerksen, this video inspires a spirit of awe and worship for God’s power of creation.
Renewal, a student-led creation care organization engaging Christian college students in environmental stewardship, will be holding its second annual Day of Prayer for God’s Creation on October 21.
India may seem like a world away, but much about its environmental struggle is similar to our own.
Relevant Magazine asks for your thoughts on creation care.
Four churches sweep the 2009 ENERGY STAR Congregations Awards for environmental stewardship.
The role of the church in the world is bigger than you think. RE:FORM explains just how big.
Is a personal approach to creation care useless? Not from a Christian standpoint.