Creation Care and the Gospels: Is This the Latest Fad or Something More?

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Posture Over Program: OMF’s Creation Care Journey

By Jasmine Kwong | OMF began its journey into creation care in the 1950s when work expanded into Southeast Asia. Building on that history, we later wrestled with what the Bible has to say about creation care. We stood convicted to see the gospel lived out in all aspects of our lives and work. This led us to look at creation care as a posture that must be integrated in all we do rather than a program requiring experts.

Is Creation Care Really a Gospel Issue?

By Ed Brown | Natural disasters, agricultural problems, and environmentally linked health crises impact many of the world’s least reached peoples. These provide pragmatic reasons for missionary engagement in creation care. However, if we look closely at the recent history of evangelicalism, we can find an even stronger reason for involvement. The concept of integral mission, introduced in the ’60s and ’70s, positions creation care as a core gospel issue that is a necessary part of integrated work with the world’s unreached.

Creation Care for Pastors and Local Churches

By Ashkenaz Asif Khan | Pastors and local churches have a grass-roots role to play in creation care efforts. However, pastors may find it overwhelming to know where to begin. But there are practicle steps they can take personally and with the involvement of their churches that will enable their congregations to be catalysts for change in this area for their communities, nations, and the world.

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