These are the Bible studies for A Rocha UK’s 2008 resource pack, Planetwise. They include leader’s notes, handouts, quizzes, response grids and even a personal carbon calculator.
A six-session curriculum by The Story of Stuff, that helps Christian teenagers explore the relationship between their consumption, their faith, and the health of the planet.
A Week of Bible Explorations written by Allen Goddard
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.
The main question Psalm 104 makes us ask is: who is this all for? Everything – trees, birds, mountains, humans, lions and sea monsters, is completely dependent on God, and draws its value from relationship with God.
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.
This Bible study draws a comparison between the Eucharist / Holy Communion and the banquet in God’s Kindgom.
The following bible study is based on Genesis 1:26–31, and ties together the theme of celebrating food through small group activities, discussion questions and a film suggestion.
This material for study and discussion was written by Prof R J ‘Sam’ Berry for inclusion in the 2011 Just Food Environment Resource Pack, by A Rocha UK.
The ‘Bread of Life: Kingdom Food’ Bible study, which also includes activities such as Food Bingo, Scrambled Bible Verses, and film suggestions.