Quotable Creation Care: Lyanda Lynn Haupt Describes a Real Naturalist

"To my mind, a contemporary naturalist is a person who studies deeply, richly, seriously, and over a respectable swath of time, the life and ecology of a chosen place or places ... I believe strongly that effective and lasting conservation efforts … [Read more...]

A Cape Town Commitment to Creation Care

In "A Cape Town Commitment to Creation Care" read Lowell Bliss in the Fall 2011 issue of Flourish magazine on what the Cape Town Commitment has to say about creation care. In October, 2010, over 4200 evangelical leaders from 198 countries … [Read more...]

Weekly Re-Cap October 10-14

The Bible Tells Us So: One Church's Biblically Conservative Approach to Creation Care What made this Bible-believing church start prayer gardens, energy audits, and a Creation Care Week? Believing the Bible, of course.   Creation Care Links … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: Joseph Sittler Thinks We Need Roots To Grow

This brutalizing rootlessness of the life of an increasing number of our citizenry produces a creeping symbolic starvation; the very matrix of small meaningfulness in life which can become the womb of profounder and vaster structures of meaning is … [Read more...]

Creation Care Links (10/11)

Check out this week's collection of creation care related links from around the Web. See God's tiny creation in Nikon's Small World Photomicrography Competition on The Big Picture. October 2011's free audiobook from ChristianAudio.com is John … [Read more...]

The Bible Tells Us So: One Church’s Biblically Conservative Approach to Creation Care

In “The Bible Tells Us So: One Church's Biblically Conservative Approach to Creation Care” read Susan Drake Emmerich in the Fall 2011 issue of Flourish magazine write about all the steps one church has taken to steward creation. “The … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: Jon Pahl on the Desire to Acquire

Catering to the desire to acquire may bring short-term gratification, but in the long run it brings destruction, and we are left "holding one end of a love," as [Annie] Dillard put it so well, facing the naked truths of the "spirit bare" and "grief … [Read more...]

The Center for Environmental Leadership Comes to Buffalo

In "The Center for Environmental Leadership Comes to Buffalo” read author Drew Ward in the Fall 2011 issue of Flourish magazine write about a new organization breathing life into the creation care movement. Having come late to the party by … [Read more...]

Weekly Re-Cap September 26-30

Caution: Imagination at Work Our imaginations create technological tools to change the world, for better or worse. But how do those tools change us? Creation Care Links (9/27)  Peruse a collection of creation care links from around the … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: Henry David Thoreau Cultivates Poverty like a Garden Herb

  Cultivate poverty like a garden herb, like sage.... Superfluous wealth can buy superfluities only. Money is not required to buy one necessary of the soul. Henry David Thoreau … [Read more...]

Creation Care Links (9/27)

Seasonal Family Fun Outside Have you ever made a leaf maze in the yard? Find this and other fun ideas at Disney Family Fun. Fun and free games to play with kids outside. Autumn Recipes Pumpkin and butternut squash soup from Joy the … [Read more...]

Caution: Imagination at Work

In "Caution: Imagination at Work" read author John Dyer in the Fall 2011 issue of Flourish magazine discuss the impact of our technology on the world and on ourselves. The allure of technology, then, is a promise that the right tools will bring … [Read more...]

Weekly Re-Cap September 19-23

Animal Stewardship and the Care of Creation Concern for animals has a long heritage among conservative Christians. It has to be part of the creation care agenda. 58: The Film premieres in theaters nationwide (get free tickets) The film 58: shows … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: Rainer Maria Rilke Welcomes Fall Though the “Summer Has Been Immense”

Lord: it is time. The Summer was so immense. Lay your shadow on the sundials, and let loose the wind in the fields. Bid the last fruits to be full, give them another two more southerly days, press them to ripeness, and chase the last … [Read more...]