Here is a worship service liturgy for Earth Day, excerpted from my book Wild Faith, for use with adults, youth, or intergenerational groups. … More Earth Day Liturgy for Creation Care
This is a lesson designed to connect faith with care of both the environment and our neighbors. This “lesson” is a game designed for elementary school aged children, with options for older children, tweens, and teens. … More A Creation Care Lesson for Children: Waste in Sunday School – Where Does it Go?
Not all worship happens inside church buildings on Sunday mornings. Worship can mean a religious ceremony or service. Worship can also mean, simply, a feeling of reverence. Worship, in its best sense, is communion with the Holy Spirit, feeling connected to God. On a bright spring morning, it’s hard to feel that kind of connectedness … More Sunday Morning on the Farm
When I was a third grader at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School in Kingsport, Tennessee, I participated in the very first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. Lest you think events like Earth Day don’t impact children and youth, this very first Earth Day opened my eyes to why we all need to take care of … More Earth Day 1970 – Shock and Awe