Many creation justice leaders feel isolated and discouraged. We are writing to you as the “Baptist Resilience and Adaptation Community” to invite your participation in a national, and global, support group community.
Truth is certainly not that Honest Abe had anything to say about the internet. It certainly is that every truth claim needs to be vigilantly evaluated! Let’s begin by listening to scripture and a few other voices.
The subject of truth is so complicated and controversial that all I have the courage, conviction and clarity to share, at this time in this article, are a few contributions to the conversation.
What can we know about the Christ by paying careful attention to his relationship to animals? And a follow up question; Given the relationship of Jesus to the animals and all of creation, how are we to love the animals and all of the creation?
What do we learn about the Father from the Son in Matthew’s account of the solitary struggle of Jesus in the garden?
Here is an excerpt from Ken’s new book God Is Just Love: Building Spiritual Resilience and Sustainable Communities for the Sake of Our Children and Creation. Hope you enjoy!
What motivates transformation? Throwing caution to the wind? Risking it all?
Be inspired by the actions of American Baptist servants around the world. If there was a oft-repeated message from all of our presenters on Earth Day, April 22, 2021, it was this: “Every action of generosity, motivated by love, changes the world.
Humanity is coming face to face with the consequences of our failure to care for the creation and for each other. Each of us knows what we need to know.
A Guest Column from Author Nancy Flinchbaugh: As you connect with the Earth, God will bring you into a fullness of life in ways you cannot begin to imagine and will lead you into hope and work for our common future.