This PowerPoint illustrates Psalm 104, according to The Message, and can be displayed during a Bible reading.
This poem reflects the wonderful biodiversity of God’s world. It could be read dramatically, with a narrator taking the Bible verses, and two or more people antiphonally reading the examples.
A series of prayers on the topic of biodiversity.
This Bible study looks at three responses to nature: to study it like Solomon; to appreciate quiet places for retreat and solitude, as did Jesus; and to protect, as did Noah.
The value of the non-human creation goes deeper than its value to people. In Genesis 9 we hear about how God tells Noah to save the earth’s biodiversity in order ‘to keep their various kinds alive throughout the earth’ (Genesis 7:3), implying their value is not tied to their usefulness to Noah.