A Better 2013 for God’s World

by Gary BergelAs the Gospel was energetically propagated during the first centuries after Christ's resurrection the world became increasingly aware of the fact it was living "in the time of the Christ." Historians began to reference events as being "before Christ," BC, or as occurring after His nativity, AD, anno Domini, "in the year of Our Lord."As the Gospel moved westward from Jerusalem, the epochal reality of Jesus Christ began to indelibly imprint civilizations, cultures, g … [Read more...]

A Good Way to Start 2013

A short video to get you inspired. Learn more about Young Evangelicals for Climate Action. … [Read more...]

If It’s Not Broke, Don’t Fix It

Why the Wind Power Tax Credit Needs to be Renewed by Rev. Mitch Hescox and Rev. Gabriel Salguero America doesn't retreat from history.  We make it - by investing in homegrown innovation that makes us a global leader and that fulfills our responsibilities to be good stewards of the earth.  That's why Congress, with overwhelming bi-partisan support, created the Wind Power Tax Credit (formally known as the Renewable Energy Production Tax Credit).  This tax credit, which encourages the development … [Read more...]

Les Miserables and Climate Change

by Alexei Laushkin “And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up. And as was his custom, he went to the synagogue on the Sabbath day, and he stood up to read. And the scroll of the prophet Isaiah was given to him. He unrolled the scroll and found the place where it was written,“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at lib … [Read more...]

EEN Supports Extreme Weather Resiliency Act

As part of our soon to be released All American Plan for Protecting Our Children's Future, The Evangelical Environment Network strongly supports the THE STRONG ACT OF 2012: STRENGTHENING THE RESILIENCY OF OUR NATION ON THE GROUND introduced by Senators John Kerry (D-MA), Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY). Extreme weather events such as Superstorm Sandy and the 2012 summer drought will only continue in frequency in coming years the cost of which will be disproportionate on … [Read more...]

Utter Stillness Rules These Woods

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By Matthew BrownLike Frost’s snowy evening, only quieter. The horses under my hood will never question stopping here now, nor in these anonymous times would I have any idea whose woods these are or where his house is, if I did not know these woods were set aside.Utter stillness rules these woods; the silence is solid; darkness wells up in me as joy.  There is not a twig in motion.  Ragged bare battered tops of trees take their rest in a glow of night.  The only movement is … [Read more...]

Why I Support Wind Energy

by Alexei LaushkinNearly one in six people in of the United States live in an area with unhealthful short-term levels of particle pollution. One in six. I was one of those one in six, growing up with moderate to severe asthma. I was hospitalized several times. My health was poor throughout my childhood and didn’t really show full significant improvement until after college.It’s something I learned to deal with, not to focus on. Yet the truth is I grew up in a part of the country with sev … [Read more...]


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