Will you imagine with us what a world of ecological resurrection would look like in 2020, 2030 or even 2040?
Thank you for sharing your reflections and vision of a future shaped by ecological resurrection.
This World Environment Day, Jason John challenges us to imagine a world that reflects the values of Christ, a world that requires us to act boldly in the hopes of achieving ecological resurrection on the earth.
Common Grace supporter Phil Woods writes about his desire for our politicians to be forward looking, putting God’s beautiful creation before short term profit. He personally reflects on his own faith journey; realising that the liberation of creation is an integral part of Christian hope.
Greg Rolles of Christian Climate Action Australia shares his thoughts on how direct action can be used to protect creation and seek justice for our neighbours.
Jessica Morthorpe discusses the importance of pastoral care in an age of climate change and global ecological destruction.
The farm growing hope at the end of a laneway.
Beth Koch reflects on the corruption and injustice occurring in the Murray Darling Basin, and encourages us to stand with local communities and take action.
Ally Neale calls us to follow the example of young Australians in speaking up and taking action for our planet and our future.
Despite his nerves, Jason John knew he had to raise his voice to Parliament to call for climate action. Prayers without action were simply not enough.