Sālote is a video produced by Operation Noah that aims to hep Christians around the world recognize the human cost of climate change, and particularly its impact on women and children. The video was made in partnership with World Day of Prayer and is inspired by real-life accounts of present-day climate change impacts. To watch the short video, click here.
This document from Bread for the World provides nine biblical themes that guide their mission to end hunger. They cite scripture for each theme to show why they believe it is their duty to love all people and ensure that no person goes hungry. To read more, click here.
Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging the nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. By changing policies, programs, and conditions that allow hunger and poverty to exist, they provide help and opportunity at home and abroad to end hunger.
“God’s grace in Jesus Christ moves us to help our neighbors, whether they live in the next house, the next state, or the next continent.”
To read more about Bread for the World or to get engaged with their work towards eradicating hunger, click here.
A Month of Gratitude is a way that Christine Sine, creator of Godspace and writer for EEN Moms, is focusing on God’s abundant blessings. Instead of just making the week of Thanksgiving a gratitude week, she has decided to make October and November a season of gratitude. She offers simple ways that anyone can join her by praying, focusing, and practicing. To read more about how you can join her in this season of gratitude, click here.
The Climate and the Cross is a short documentary from The Guardian. The documentary looks at the battle between evangelical Christians on whether climate change is a call to protect the Earth, the work of God to be welcomed, or doesn’t exist at all. Stories from pastors, churchgoers, scientists and others are featured to show the ongoing conflict and American’s attitude towards climate change. To watch the entire documentary, click here.
Evangelical Environmental Network has created a resource with Biblical guidance on how single-use plastic is contrary to God’s design. They believe that single use plastics are clogging up God’s great cycle of life and harming God’s creatures. As part of EEN’s pledge against straws and other single use plastics, they stated:
“God didn’t create plastic. If there is one thing that thumbs its nose at the Creator’s design, if there is one product that contradicts what Ecclesiastes proclaims — “the earth remains the same through the ages” — it is plastic.”
To read more, click here.
Evangelical Environmental Network has stated that, “God’s creation simply does not know what to do with plastic.” In this article on microplastics, EEN offers facts about plastic and the outcomes of the amount of plastic being produced. They also describe the negative impacts plastic is having on creation, especially on God’s oceans. To read more about microplastics and creation, click here.
“Real Food, the food that is the source of creaturely health and delight is precious because it is a fundamental means though which God’s nurture and love for the whole creation is expressed.”
The Center for Environmental Leadership (CEL) believes that food systems that reflect biblical values and principles will produce healthy, just, and ecologically sustainable food for all. This short article describes economic, cultural, and educational goals all Christians should have for improving food systems. The CEL also recommends reading Food and Faith: A Theology of Eating by Norman Wirzba as they believe it will make a significant contribution to a Christian’s outlook on food and food production. To read the entire article, click here.
Evangelical Environmental Network MOMS is hosting an event to learn about creation care and children’s health. The event will have faith leaders, medical experts, and advocates who are passionate about taking care of God’s creation and protecting children from dirty air and water. The event is free and will be held on October 13th in Grove City, Ohio. To read more about this event, click here.
Serving your Community & Finding Balance is a guide from Evangelical Environmental Network MOMS about political female leadership. It focuses on God’s call for leadership and how women, especially Moms with children, can answer this call through politics. To read more, click here.
To download the meeting guide, click here.
To download the handcards that correspond with this guide, click here.