Tag Archives: stewardship


Time to Change On Climate Change?

  Because there is so much controversy about global climate change in conservative evangelical circles, it seems like a risky issue to address here.  But I’ll be the Guinea pig by telling you how I think about it.  You be … Continue reading »


Global Remedies

  If you’re like me, you’re captivated by economic, political, social, theological issues. I like to contemplate the discovery of grand plans and heroic actions that will save the earth, the economy, the society, the church. Whenever my mind goes … Continue reading »


Is Environmental Concern “Left-wing”?

Environmental issues always have a way of polarizing people politically. Many who consider themselves left-wing and liberal are often opposed to the ethical standards and religious beliefs of conservative Christians. It also appears that issues related to caring for creation … Continue reading »


Is Caring for the Earth Pagan?

Because the earth is an object of worship for many of those given to New Age beliefs and other modern forms of pantheism, it’s logical for them to demonstrate devoted concern for the earth. That’s all they feel they have … Continue reading »


Confessing for the Church (Part 2)

[This is the last half of a confession I wrote in 1990 after I felt a clear calling to approach the evangelical community with a message of creation care as founder and president of the Christian Nature Federation.] In His … Continue reading »