When it comes to creation, the Rev. John Hice calls for mindfulness, saying, “Can’t we often ask ourselves, ‘How does this thing I’m doing help or hurt God’s earth?’”
With the global headlines currently focused on the Climate Strike, the Rev. Jerry DeVine looks to his own back yard to consider the responsibility all Christians have for creation care.
The Rev. Glenn Wagner reflects on years gone by in his neighborhood, and mourns the passing of a giant beech tree that had witnessed a lot of local history.
Michigan Interfaith Power and Light is a non-profit organization helping churches save dollars through energy efficiency. Those funds can then be invested in congregational care and community outreach.
At Plainsong Farm and Ministry near Rockford, food and faith come together in ways that nourish both body and soul.
This community-based program, guided by Michigan native Dan Joranko, aims at mobilizing 500 people for creation care.
The climate change agreement signed in Paris by 195 countries December 12, is of longstanding importance to The United Methodist Church. and the General Board of Global Ministries.
LINDA BLOOM United Methodist News Service The river in central Liberia where Jefferson Knight used to play and fish as a child has completely dried up due to serious drought.
LINDA BLOOM United Methodist News Service World leaders have gathered in Paris to broker an accord on climate change and representatives of the faith community are there to urge them to act.
As representatives from 195 nations gather in Paris to grapple with climate change, theologian Matthew Fox asserts, “Solutions must come from the Paris conference but they also must come from rapid education and change of values.”