Weekly Re-Cap August 1-5

Tending to Eden: The rural poor are tangled in the roots of creation's groaning Trees: their absence leads to poverty, but their flourishing helps the rural poor of the world thrive.   Announcing the National Association of Evangelicals … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: Richard Foster on Cultivating an Inward Simplicity

  To attempt to arrange an outward life-style of simplicity without the inward reality leads to deadly legalism. Richard Foster. Celebration of Discipline … [Read more...]

Praying for Creation Care as a Church

  [Ed. note: This article is part of our weekly series of resources for churches and families called Cultivating Community published on Thursdays.] If God is the Creator and Sustainer of the universe; if he owns "the cattle on a thousand … [Read more...]

A Royal Reminder of Creation Care

  By Margaret Feinberg [Ed. note: This article is part of our series of weekly reflections, called Deep Down Things, published on Wednesdays.] Last week I had the opportunity to spend several days in London gathering with top … [Read more...]

Announcing the National Association of Evangelicals Creation Care Video Contest

The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) is holding a creation care video contest for high school and college students. The contest is open for students who want to put their creation care convictions into a creative video on any of the … [Read more...]

Weekly Re-Cap July 25-29

The Edge of Enough: Digging Life Out of the Compost Bin “A worm bin seemed like a good way to learn something about what and how much we waste. At least that was the plan.”   Motherhood as a Mission Field "Mothers need to study their … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: John Stott on What the Bible Says About Creation Care

Have Christians a distinctive contribution to make to the ecological debate? Yes, we believe both that God created the earth, entrusting its care to us, and that he will one day re-create it, when he makes 'the new heaven and the new earth.' For 'the … [Read more...]

Parents on Parenting (1): What is the Best Piece of Advice for New Parents?

[Ed. note: This article is part of our weekly series of resources for churches and families called Cultivating Community published on Thursdays.] The call to care for creation means prioritizing what is important using the Bible and Jesus as our … [Read more...]

Best of the Blog: Top Ten Posts from Flourish’s “Deep Down Things” Series

[Ed. note: This article is part of our series of weekly reflections, called Deep Down Things, published on Wednesdays.] Each Wednesday Flourish brings you substantive reflections on creation care from staff and guest writers on our series Deep … [Read more...]

Motherhood as a Mission Field

Do you think that parenting can be a mission field? In her article "Motherhood as a Mission Field" author Rachael Jankovic says that it is. She writes: The closer you get to home, the less intriguing the work of sacrifice seems. As someone once … [Read more...]

Weekly Re-Cap July 18-23

Christ vs. Consumerism: Choosing Contentment in a Commercialized World "Our lives may be largely defined by what we keep and what we discard. Christ was abandoned on the cross, despised and rejected. Yet just because something is thrown away … [Read more...]

Quotable Creation Care: Peter Harris Says Creation Care Is About Celebration, Not Anxiety

I think eco-judgmentalism is a real danger. This is not a matter of finding another five quick rules to keep you on the right side of God. This is not about what we do; this is a change or a development in the depth of our relationship with God … [Read more...]

Greening Your Cleaning: Twenty Tips for Creation-Friendly Cleaning

[Ed. note: This article is part of our weekly series of resources for churches and families called Cultivating Community published on Thursdays.] Abraham Kuyper famously said, "There is not one square inch of creation over which Jesus Christ does … [Read more...]

From Destruction to Creation: One Photographer’s Journey

[Ed. note: This article is part of our series of weekly reflections, called Deep Down Things, published on Wednesdays.] When photographer Scott Myers became a Christian his art changed from darkness to light; from death to life; from decay to … [Read more...]