Tri Robinson, rancher and retired Vineyard pastor, recognizes that the Bible and the environment are by no means mutually exclusive. He has worked for decades to bring round his flock. He shows how and why Christians need to face the environmental challenges around us, and how in doing so Christians can find purposeful action and be reinvigorated as an active force for good on this issue, building bridges across social divides and presenting Christianity in its best light.
Dr. Matthew Sleeth’s opening message on Wed, Nov 3 at the 15th annual Festival of Faiths will be broadcast LIVE online. To watch the service, which begins at 6 pm (EST), go to www.livestream.com/periscopewebvideo. See below for the official Festival of Faiths announcement: The 15th annual Festival of Faiths Sacred Soil: Foundation of Life is excited to… Continue reading Dr. Sleeth To Speak Live Online
The Evangelical Environmental Network is calling all Christ followers to a day of prayer on July 18, 2010, for the tragic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. To find out how you, your family, and your church can get involved, visit the Evangelical Environmental Network website.
Four years ago, recycling was not on the radar at the Ichthus Music Festival, which attracts 20,000 (mostly young) Christians each year. Both Ichthus and Blessed Earth are located in the little town of Wilmore, KY, so it’s not surprising that the two teamed up to start a recycling program. It began with the Sleeth… Continue reading Creation Care In Action: Recycling at Ichthus