The fourth and final part of a series on reasons to care for creation.
There is hope. As Christians we have been commissioned to seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, to proclaim the gospel to all of creation, and to be salt and light in this world.Continue reading →
Welcome to our vision for an inter-denominational creation care charity that inspires change. A brief summary of our ideas is set out below, based on a proposal written in August 2014. The full document can be accessed here. It’s a work in progress – already it’s clear that we’d like to be an all-Ireland charity as soon as is practical, and that we might also want to focus our work on counter-consumerism and/or animal welfare, in addition to ecology and agro-ecology. But it’s a start; a basis for dreaming, praying, planning and hoping. Please join us. Read all about it here. Continue reading →
There are many seasons in life. Sometimes they can be trying but we can be encouraged as Christians that God has His hand on all things. I believe we can take great encouragement from the life lessons demonstrated in nature…
I once read that as a butterfly readies to leave the cocoon it wriggles and writhes, struggling to break free. This battle can last several days. During this time its ceaseless motion encourages blood flow and flexes muscles in the newly formed wings. At the appointed time the struggle ends. The butterfly emerges and flutters away. The relentless battle produced wings fit for purpose. Not only that but the time spent in the cocoon was a time of maturing and change. The caterpillar was transformed into the adult butterfly – a symbol of beauty. Continue reading →