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.
Rains and snows came when they were supposed to, bringing much needed refreshing to our community and land. Now, we are in a prolonged drought. We are in a national sacrifice zone with the nation’s largest methane hotspot hovering overhead.
Respect for the earth isn’t worship; it’s a reflection of our worship of our Creator.
First they came for indigenous communities, then they came for the impoverished neighborhoods of Flint, Mich., and now they are coming for peaceful Mennonites.