Creation Voice 7-1: July Newsletter
Issue 7, Volume 1
July 24st, 2006
Restoring Eden's got plenty of new ways to engage, enlighten, and connect the creation care community, and more on the way. Check out what we've got going on this summer, below, and don't miss the awesome Wendell Berry quote at the bottom!
Reminder to all writers in our network: we'd love to publish your thoughts and stories! Whether you've got stories about how you came to rediscover the biblical call to stewardship, how you're living it out, what political or advocacy thoughts you're pondering, or any particular "epiphany" experience you had in God's wild places, we'd love to share them in the CreationVoice and/or on our MySpace blog. Send your articles or questions to email@example.com.
Gardening in my experience has been a deeply spiritual practice. It is a way of engaging God’s creation in a personal and intimate way that I have found to be first of all frustrating, then humbling, next centering, now rewarding, and finally (if I succeed) delicious. All throughout, I experience gardening as an other-minded discipline. (read more)
Check us out!
Restoring Eden now has "Blogger Stickers" to put on your website, blog, or MySpace profile. They're our beloved bumper/water-bottle stickers, configured now in HTML so you can show your care for the real world in the virtual world. Get the word out by getting your sticker code here.
Inconvenient Truth, at
theaters that support Fandango.com
internet tickets. This riveting documentary shows first-hand the
damage already being done by
We think it's important that Christians have an opportunity to engage this pressing moral issue, so that's why we've launched InconvenientChristians.org to distribute these tickets free of charge. Whatever your current opinions of global warming or Al Gore, here's an opportunity to see for yourself what others are talking about and give us your views.Reserve your TWO FREE MOVIE TICKETS here: http://inconvenientchristians.org. More details on the campaign are available here.
Cheers and blessings,
Restoring Eden Staff
“The most exemplary nature is that of the topsoil. It is very Christ-like in its passivity and beneficence, and in the penetrating energy that issues out of its peaceableness. It increases by experience, by the passage of seasons over it, growth rising out of it and returning to it, not by ambition or aggressiveness. It is enriched by all things that die and enter into it. It keeps the past, not as history or as memory, but as richness, new possibility. Its fertility is always building up out of death into promise. Death is the bridge or the tunnel by which the past enters its future.”
– Wendell Berry –
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