Saturday, April 10, 2010

Hope For Creation

Evangelism, caring for the poor, tending the garden, and worship are part of our identity in Christ.

That’s why Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) is partnering with the Blessed Earth website. Rev. Mitchell Hescox, of EEN, is joining Matthew & Nancy Sleeth in Orlando, FL on April 21, 2010 for “Hope For Creation: A Live Simulcast.”

The simulcast will feature worship and teaching to celebrate all that God creates as well as our call to be good creation stewards. It’s time to renew our call as the original environmentalists. No politics, No agenda.

Creation offers a marvelous testament. In 1975 the creation’s witness to Mitchell, especially Romans 1:20 came alive: (For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities — his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse) He was in the middle of a Mexican wilderness as God used the earth, His beautiful creation in all its majesty, to lead him back to faith.

As a church, we must remember that creation care is not only a Biblical command but also an opportunity as potentially the greatest evangelism tool for the 21st century.

Join with me and thousands of Christians worldwide from your sanctuary, living room, coffee shop, dorm, or classroom on Earth Day eve. Sign up for free simulcast and reminder.

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