Browsing the "environmental stewardship" Tag

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Interfaith EcoJustice Predicted To Rise Under Donald Trump

Creation Care leaders are predicting the coming Trump presidency will prompt more ecojustice activism, including non-violent civil disobedience, within US faith communities. Writing for Baptist News, Jeff Brumley states that “Faith-based protests of pipeline projects, global warming and other environmental causes won’t just be for the hard core anymore, thanks to Donald J. Trump.” EcoJustice […]

December 19th

Episcopal Fellowships Cultivate Connections to Nature

As a writer for this site, I am always on the lookout for stories that connect faith with environmental issues. Being Episcopal, I was delighted when I came across news about environmental stewardships by the Episcopal Church. Two women in particular are notable, because each has received a two-year, $48,000 fellowship from the Episcopal Domestic […]

February 11th

Green Muslims Combine Faith With Community Action

When the subject of Islam comes up, it often invokes images of the Middle East with endless deserts and disputes over oil. No doubt politics have muddled views on this religion. However, a unique organization is working to bring Muslims together on environmental issues. Green Muslims combines spirituality with environmental action. Based in Washington, DC, it […]

March 20th

Hey! Environmentalism Is a Christian Value Too!

Last weekend Christian conservatives and fundamentalist republicans gathered at the Value Voters Conference in DC.  The agenda was… interesting.  Sessions included:  Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition! and The War on Football:  Saving America’s Game.  It’s hard to see how Christianity, guns, and football are related, but maybe I’d be more enlightened if I’d […]

October 19th