As many of you know, we just successfully completed the Canada and United States Creation Care and the Gospel conference in collaboration with the Lausanne Creation Care Network, Care of Creation, and A Rocha International.
A number of conference-goers are already making known the impact of this gathering through op-eds, reflections, and articles:Continue reading →
2015 may turn out to be one of the most important years in recent history for the environmental movement, for the evangelical creation care movement, and for us and our organization, Care of Creation. Here’s what’s happening:
There are a lot of significant anniversaries to celebrate:
The 45th anniversary of the celebration of Earth Day comes in April.
Personally, it will be 15 years since I joined Au Sable Institute and moved from a traditional ministry framework into what we then called Christian environmental stewardship, now commonly referred to as creation care.
And this year marks 10 years since Craig Sorley and I started Care of Creation in April 2005. We had a modest goal of promoting “environmental missions” that quickly became a passion to mobilize the worldwide church for creation care. Now, thanks to the prayers and financial support of many of you, we are leading a global effort to do just that. (We’ll be having a birthday party in Madison on April 18 – mark the date, and plan to join us!)