The 2017 EcoPreacher Earth Day Sermon Contest is closed for this year.  Congratulations to the winners:

Brooke Baker (1st place): Seeing is Believing

Carol Devine (2nd place): Jonah, Ninevites, and Climate Change

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Need some ideas for crafting a green sermon?  Check out: 17 Ways to be an EcoPreacher.

Need more inspiration?  Visit https://www.creationcrisispreaching.com/sermons for model sermons to get your creative juices flowing.


Leah D. Schade is the Assistant Professor of Preaching and Worship at Lexington Theological Seminary (Kentucky) and author of the book Creation-CrisisPreaching: Ecology, Theology, and the Pulpit (Chalice Press, 2015).  

You can follow Leah on Twitter at @LeahSchade, and on Facebook at  https://www.facebook.com/LeahDSchade/.

For a reflection about preaching on Earth Sunday, click here.

For ideas on incorporating Earth-care into faith practices and preaching, try 17 Ways to be an EcoPreacher.

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