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Creation Care Movement Takes Action with Solar Panels and Petitions
Evangelicals concerned for the environment make strides toward change.
The Beating Heart of Progressive Politics Is in the Street, Not in the Pew
Religious people aren’t bit players in this movement. But they aren’t necessarily central figures either.
How God’s Glory Shines in Our Connectedness to Nature
When considering the birds, we find God’s care and discover our calling.
The Wonder and Terror of Hearing God’s Voice in a Disaster
When Mount St. Helens erupted, plants returned amid ruin. This pandemic holds the same glory.
Can Staying Home Help Us Regain a Sense of Place?
How rediscovering creation around us can deepen our connection with God.
Going Vegan for Lent Can Orient Us to Christ’s Calling
Following church tradition and the Bible could help us steward creation through our diets.
Blessed Are the Cobblers, Recyclers, and Thrift-Store Shoppers
In a world awash with excess possessions, we’re called to see landfill-bound items the way God does.
How the Forest Inspired Me to Stay in Church
Church failures uproot congregations. But we're reminded by ecology that strength is found in community connection.
Why Do Fewer Christian Women Work in Science?
Sociologists explain the data behind the gender gap in STEM careers.
Twelve Christian Women in Science You Should Know
From studying dinosaur bones to creating digital assistants, these women see research as their calling.
Jessica Moerman
Margaret Miller
Mercy Akinyi
Americans Are Having Fewer Kids. Evangelicals Are No Exception.
Declining fertility rates and environmental crisis challenge our understandings of family, stewardship, and being a good neighbor.
Magi’s Gift Under Threat: The Steep Decline of the Frankincense Tree
Used in worship for millennia, the tree’s resin is in dangerous demand due to popularity of essential oils.
Solar Light of the World: Evangelicals Launch Global Clean Energy Campaign
The initiative aims to convert 1 in 5 WEA churches and institutions to renewable power by 2025.
Give Us This Day Our Daily Catch
With the oceans no longer teeming with life, scientists and missionaries alike challenge Christians to faithfulness in the face of daunting odds.
A Rocha Co-Founder, CEO Killed in Crash in South Africa
Miranda Harris and Chris Naylor helped lead the organization’s groundbreaking global efforts to bring together Christian convictions and environmental concerns.
The Best of CT: Creation Care and Environmental Stewardship
Highlights from our archives.

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Prayers and Praises from the World’s Hardest Places to Be a Christian
Prayers and Praises from the World’s Hardest Places to Be a Christian
The struggles and joys experienced by believers in 11 nations on Open Doors’ Christian persecution watchlist.

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