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Missional Conversation Partners at Tyndale In-Ministry

Tyndale Seminary’s In-Ministry MDiv program now has its own website and is hoping to develop it into a conversation hub around the theme of missional church. Check it out at Tyndale In-Ministry Missional Resources

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Forming Environmental teams and doing Environmental Audits

Faith & the Common Good offers some excellent resources for forming “green teams” and doing environmental audits. Check them out! Forming “Green Teams” http://www.faith-commongood.net/gss/greenteamguide.asp “Practical Guide to Improving the Energy Efficiency of Your Religious Building”  http://www.faith-commongood.net/gss/gsspracticalguide.asp

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Meeting Darren Kropf

I had an excellent time last night with Darren Kropf, Environmental Promoter with Mennonite Central Committee Ontario. Darren’s role is to help churches better understand both the theological basis for environmental concern and ways that churches can make a difference. He helps put together Creation Sundays, speaks to youth groups, Sunday School classes and whole […]

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Religious Environmentalism

In the recent edition of Books & Culture, Andy Crouch has written a very thorough and challenging review of A Greener Faith: Religious Environmentalism and Our Planet’s Future by Roger S. Gottlieb. Crouch raises many important issues for us to consider regarding Christian faith as a basis for environmental ethics. Also, in the next issue […]

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Powerpoint: Why Churches Should Be Concerned For Creation

Professor Berkelaar kindly allowed us to post the powerpoint presentation he used in his session at the Conference. Here it is: Why Churches Should Be Concerned

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What Can We Do?

There were some great ideas which came out of our session at the TrueCity Conference about what we can do individually, as churches, and as churches together to make a difference. To have a look, just click on the thumbnail below and then enlarge the image.

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