We’re thrilled to share Red Letter Christian’s 2021-2022 Annual Report. The report outlines our priorities, showcases direct actions we took together, and provides transparent financial information to our growi...
Ultimately, there is an urgent need to transition to renewable energy that prioritizes public health for frontline communities, women and children, communities of color and workers for whom the current energy economy has impacted their health and livelihood. But we cannot make progress unless we see this as part of our Christian duty. I’m clear that it is; I invite you to join me in expanding our understanding of what we are called to do today, tomorrow and into the future.
To be a true steward of a truly hospitable home means we must remember that sacredness.
Even though I am not a climate scientist, I recognize that the climate crisis is an existential threat impacting all of creation. As a woman and a person of faith, I have a unique responsibility to act.
Respect for the earth isn’t worship; it’s a reflection of our worship of our Creator.
What could it mean to environmental scientists and Christians that we engage in the same work?
Instead of living in harmony, as fellow creatures of God, we treat animals like unfeeling machines. We put profits before principle, and the results are devastating to the whole of God’s creation.