When confronted with the reality of our climate crisis, Jason John urges us that our response needs to be faith in action, not helpless fear.
Jess Morthorpe celebrates the School Strike 4 Climate Action, and acknowledges the role we all play in seeing change happen.
Ben Thurley reflects on the precious, life giving power of rivers and warns of the urgent need to protect these threatened sources of nourishment and nurture
Jess Morthorpe invites us to pause, acknowledging that all creation is God’s, and calls the Church to rediscover a deep sense of connection to land.
Byron Smith marvels at the wonder and fragility of our planetary blanket, but warns of our alarming disregard and damage we are causing, which is impacting all of creation.
Uniting Earth Advocate Jason John considers the ocean, and how our heaving treading is damaging the beauty, wonder and majesty of these incredible ecosystems.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Brooke Prentis shares how all of God’s wondrous creation can teach, tell, speak, and inform us – if we would just listen.
Pastor Helen Wright shares how singing together leads to taking action together in working with God to restore His groaning creation.
Mick Pope reflects on the Parable of the Good Samaritan as he asks what does it means to love our neighbour in a warming world.
Common Grace supporter Jo Huntington shares her family’s journey of caring for God’s creation by talking to their neighbours and petitioning our political leaders in the Community Climate Petition.