Creation Care

Proving that small decisions can be profound.

“The mistake is in thinking of the journey in terms of success at all…”

Rootlessness, identity loss, and despair threaten today’s “ecological exiles.” Is there any hope of finding a home?

Get Outdoors this Christmas!

December 23, 2010

Winter weather doesn’t mean you have to keep the kiddos indoors during Christmastime. Find some helpful ideas for getting outdoors here!

From the shoot of a stump comes hope that fills the whole earth.

“And heaven and nature sing…”

Be worried. Be very worried.

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.

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.

The words of Wendell Berry draw Margaret Feinberg past “green” trends and deeper into the soulful significance of creation care.

The season of Advent means the advent of next year’s garden, too.