for now, for us and for all future generations.
we ignore the possibility of climate change, the developing
world is already feeling the effects of the changing seasons.
No longer able to rely on the rains, their time for planting
is shortened and the time for harvesting does not come in
cycle. Our brothers and sisters of the two thirds of the world
still trying to develop and feed and water their people suffer
as a result of our way of life. All development efforts over
the last years will be lost as the climate dominates all the
Can we adapt?
How do we adapt?
What does Christ ask us to do, and be, for the sake of the planet and all its people?
Further biblical references
Stewards of His
creation. (Genesis 2: 19-20)
The covenant that God made with Noah after the flood, of which the rainbow is a constant reminder. (Genesis 9:12)
The lure of wealth and power. (Matthew 6: 19-21; Luke 9: 1-6, Ephesians 1: 9-12; Colossians 1: 16-17)
Mary the Mother of Life challenges us to abandon the pathway of death and return to the way of life. (Luke 1: 52)
'Choose life and then you and your descendants will live' (Deuteronomy 30: 19-20)