Tuesday, April 22, 2008
More Earth Day Stuff
The Earth Day Network has several resources for faith communities to help with the observance of Earth Day.
Earth Day Television also has a panel discussion about climate change and communities of faith. The info is interesting; the format a little less than riveting.
Coinciding with the "Seeds of Compassion" activities in Seattle, the Episcopal Church hosted a conference called "Healing Our Planet Earth" (H.O.P.E.). They have posted information from that gathering on their website. Check it out!
One of the best resources that I've seen on Christian stewardship of the earth is produced by the United Methodist Foundation of the Northwest. The publish a weekly e-bulletin on "radical gratitude" which serves to remind us that stewardship is a whole life issue not simply a finance drive at the local church. You can subscribe to their their e-newsletter and it's more than worth it. It's an outstanding resource!
If you are are in the Seattle area, Earth Ministry has monthly calendars of events for both April and May posted.
I am always looking for more resources for and by people of faith in addressing earth stewardship. If you know of one, please tell me about it.
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