Living in the glory of God’s creation within or near woodlands may actually be better for your brain and help you cope better with stress, according to a recent German study. Previous research has linked access to green space to longer lives, lower levels of aggression, and kids’ cognitive development. If you can’t live in the woods, at least […]
This guide outlines Sunday school classes about for children, youth and adults about caring for God’s creation and how we can help conserve natural resources through lifestyle changes. Designed by the New Community Project for a broad faith audience, they can be adapted for your context.
12th Sunday after Pentecost Lectionary Reflection August 11, 2013 Do not be afraid little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom. Luke 12:32 Want to appreciate the scale of the universe? Take a blanket outside to a place beyond the lights of town or farmyard, make sure it is […]