Creation Care Links (9/20)

People On the legacy of Pollution and the Death of Man author Francis Schaeffer, "Everything but the Kickers: The Enduring Significance of Francis Schaeffer": one of the offering on Margie's Stuff, the new blog from Margie Haack, co-founder of … [Read more...]

Weekly Re-Cap September 12-16

A Christian Surfer Rides the Environmental Wave: An interview with Jim Moriarty of Surfrider Read Christian Buckley Interview Jim Moriarty, CEO of Surfrider in the Fall 2011 issue of Flourish magazine about what it means to be a Christian … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: God Manifests Himself in Nature, says Agnes Sanford

The simplest and oldest way  ... in which God manifests Himself is ... through and in the earth itself. And He still speaks to us through the earth and sea, the birds of the air, and the little living creatures upon the earth, if we can but quiet … [Read more...]

Creation Care Links (9/13)

  Christianity and Technology Professor and author Sherry Turkle talks about the effects of technology and how we can lead reflective lives in the digital world. Listen to the interview at On Being. Author John Dyer reflects on how the … [Read more...]

A Christian Surfer Rides the Environmental Wave: An interview with Jim Moriarty of Surfrider

Read Christian Buckley Interview Jim Moriarty, CEO of Surfrider in the Fall 2011 issue of Flourish magazine about what it means to be a Christian environmentalist. CB: How would you define environmentalist, and would your definition of a … [Read more...]

Weekly Re-Cap September 5-9

2011 Creation Care Photo Contest Winners Announced! The long wait is over! Read the Fall issue of Flourish magazine to find out who won the 2011 Creation Care Photo Contest.       Creation Care Links (9/6) A collection … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: Rainer Maria Rilke Finds the Lord in Creation

I find you, Lord, in all things and in all my fellow creatures, pulsing with your life; as a tiny seed you sleep in what is small and in the vast you vastly yield yourself. The wondrous game that power plays with things is to move in such … [Read more...]

Flourish Friend: A Rocha

A Rocha (Portuguese for "the Rock") is an international Christian conservation organization working in 20 countries on six continents to care for God's creation. Visit their website for more information on their projects or how to get involved. A … [Read more...]

Creation Care Links (9/6)

Peruse these creation care related links and continue the discussion on our Facebook page or Twitter feed! The Outdoors Locate a state park near you with this handy resource. One idea from the Children and Nature Network: Read to your kids … [Read more...]

2011 Creation Care Photo Contest Winners Announced!

All summer we've been asking you to send us your best creation care photos in three categories: The Human Landscape Delighting in Creation God's Land, God's Creatures We received some incredible photos and now are happy to announce the … [Read more...]

Weekly Re-Cap August 29-September 2

Denise Giardina: Fighting for the Mountains in God’s Country A radical woman of faith and action, Denise Giardina defends the creation and the way of life she belongs to against mountaintop removal mining in West Viriginia.   Theology … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: D. A. Carson Says Stewardship Reflects God to the World

God's function as the sovereign ruler is to find his image in these created human beings [Adam and Eve], for they have been put in charge of the rest of the created order—not to rape it or exploit it or to become economically selfish with it, but … [Read more...]

The New Look of Flourish Magazine

In order to better highlight Flourish's terrific content, we've been working on a redesign this summer, and now we are happy to reveal our new look (and a few new features)! Visit our homepage and browse through the new features: Fall issue … [Read more...]

Seeing God’s Beauty Through a Camera Lens

[Ed. note: This article is part of our series of weekly reflections, called Deep Down Things, published on Wednesdays.] There is beauty everywhere—just everywhere! We are surrounded by it and yet it is so easy not to see it. Working through a … [Read more...]