Marine conservation in the Bible? While the Bible does not use those words directly, it does speak to this topic. Come explore what the Bible has to say.
What is the purpose of marine research and conservation? Robert Sluka’s talk at the ASA/CIS/CSCA meeting at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada
A course exploring why Christians need to be actively involved in environmental stewardship
Sermon delivered at West Hamilton Community Church on 16 Nov 2014 by Richard Storey
Sermon delivered 12 April 2015 (the Sunday after Easter) at West Hamilton Community Church by Richard Storey
This service outline, part of the ‘Hope for Planet Earth’ pack, explores the question ‘Whose world is it anyway?’ with the aim of understanding that the earth is God’s not ours, but is entrusted to our care.
Professionally-filmed 15 minute presentations on the science of climate change, impacts on the poor, impacts on biodiversity, the biblical and moral basis for action, and practical actions to get involved in.
The following PowerPoint presentation is part of the ‘Hope for Planet Earth’ resource pack and examines the text of Job 38.
A Rocha’s 2009 Environment Resource Pack, examining the question ‘Whose world is it anyway?’
The following script accompanies a PowerPoint presentation that can be used for either a stand-alone KS3-4 assembly or as part of a classroom session on interdependence and sustainability.