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5 Practical Measures to Turn Around Our Declining Environment

By Sam Harrell | April 22, 2019

We need to be seriously concerned about our earth and the life systems that comprise it. These 5 practical measures offer a path of hope and will give us plenty to do.

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An online discussion about barriers to church engagement on creation care. Features Brian Kaylor, associate director of Churchnet, and Helle Liht, assistant general secretary of the European Baptist Federation.

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Walk His Way: Discipleship Lessons from Mark's Gospel

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5 Illusion-Shattering Truths That My Cancer Has Taught Me

By Guy Sayles | April 15, 2019
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Five years into my journey with multiple myeloma, my illness has given me the opportunity to reconsider the stories that shape and misshape my identity. I’ve learned 5 new stories that nurture wholeness and meaning.

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‘Call It Grace: Finding Meaning in a Fractured World’

By Mitch Carnell | April 15, 2019
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Serene Jones, author and president of Union Theological Seminary, writes in her compelling and nearly flawless book that God holds all of us in love and empowers us to take care of ourselves in an imperfect world.

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Global Energy Usage Doubled Average Rate in 2018

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | April 15, 2019
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Energy usage worldwide increased by 2.3 percent in 2018, a report said. Three nations – China, India and the United States – were responsible for 85 percent of the net emissions increase.

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Why You Need to Break Free from Your Echo Chamber

By Justin Bishop | April 12, 2019
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People have been conditioned to avoid religion and politics in polite conversation, and as a result have forgotten how to talk about those subjects politely – or even altogether. It’s time to break free from your echo chamber.

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The Hope of Lent: People Can Change – Including You

By Jim Kelsey | April 12, 2019
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The hope of Lent is that we will come out of it a bit different than when we entered, having changed in some way for the better. Here’s the story of one pastor who turned his back on his racial prejudice.

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