Race continues to be an issue for American culture and the church. This 3-minute video, developed for use in religous settings, introduces some of the relevant science and can complement the work we are doing in the church to increase understanding about race and racism.
In this 8-minute video, Catholic biologist Dan Kuebler makes a case for purpose in biology. He describes how chance and order work in the process of convergence which for him suggests a fundamental purpose in nature.
Disciple Science is an organization dedicated to creating quality videos that would “reach those who feel forced to choose between science and Christianity and invite them to follow Jesus, know creation, and grow in faith.”
Are you looking for worship music that focuses on creation care to include in services and programs? Resound Worship has put together 13 songs of praise and lament on creation and ecology. They include a study guide, scores, backing tracks, and videos.
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.