What is the Biblical justification for caring for the environment? Seedbed, a ministry resource of Asbury Theological Seminary, invited Old Testament scholar Sandra Richter of Wheaton College to answer this question. She walks through scripture sharing how the mandate to care for creation is Biblically motivated.
The Evangelical Environmental Network seeks to inspire, equip, educate, and mobilize evangelical Christians to love God and others by rediscovering and reclaiming the Biblical mandate to care for creation and working toward a stable climate and a healthy, pollution-free world. They also work closely with the Young Evangelicals for Climate Action who have their own set of resources for younger disciples of Christ who care deeply for God’s creation.
Designed for lectionary preachers, Sustainable Preaching has sermon and worship resources for every Sunday based on the the A, B, and C annual lectionary cycles.
This website is perhaps the largest collection of creation care materials designed for the church. It includes articles, videos, music, prayers, and more designed to help with worship, sermons, Bible studies, and children’s ministry.
Leading Christian botanist Sir Ghillean Prance wrote this pamphlet on how he undersands care of the environment as a follower of Jesus. He takes joy in discoveries of the diversity of life on earth and the importance of his work caring for creation. He laments the extinction of species and that Christians, and especially churches, are not doing more.
The Lausanne Movement collaborated with evangelical church leaders from around the world to create a 12-part series of 4-6 minute videos on creation care.