“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.

One of the biggest challenges the environmental movement faces is to figure out what to do with people.

Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.

Today’s response to Wendell Berry’s essay “The Gift of Good Land” comes from Christian Buckley, author of the forthcoming book Humanitarian Jesus: Social Justice and the Cross. “The Gift of Good Land,” was published 30 years ago, and we reprinted it in the Fall 2009 issue of Flourish Magazine to celebrate Mr. Berry’s work, but [...]

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.

Living and acting in faith, gratitude, and humility helps heal the diseases that plague both land and people.

On Respect for Plants

January 18, 2010

Do plants have rights? Switzerland’s constitution says “yes.” Is this disrespectful toward human rights or something closer to a biblical worldview?

Margaret Feinberg unearths surprises and blessings from the Bible’s pastoral texts through the testimony of those who live closest to the land.

God Made Known in Creation

December 23, 2009

Dr. Bruce Ware writes about God’s revelation in creation.

Celebrating and caring for creation during Thanksgiving makes sense for Christians.

Writer and speaker Margaret Feinberg calls creation care an “invitation to intentionality” in this Flourish interview.

A Flourish interview with popular writer and speaker Margaret Feinberg.

Celebrating God’s creation on Earth Day.