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.
Princeton Theological Seminary’s Institute for Youth Ministry produced a blog series on engaging science in the practice of youth ministry.
This book aims to help churches and, specifically, youth pastors have a better conversation about science and faith.
All Christians, including high school students, are capable of being and becoming science-informed theologians through reflecting on their experiences with God in their own lives and engaging in conversation with scripture, reason, and the people and traditions within their faith communities.
I desperately wanted to pursue a life of science, but thought that I couldn’t because of my faith.