“There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female, for all of you are one in Christ Jesus.” Galatians 3:28 March’s THEME is WOMEN IN THE WORLD. Commit to one Action each week […]
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I grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina, surrounded by beauty, all the time. So much beauty that I took for granted – didn’t everyone live with magnificent, awe-inspiring views out their bedroom window? I also grew up in the Episcopal Church, shaped […]
By: Carl Sigel Anglican theologian and biblical scholar, N. T. Wright, in his recent essay, Jesus is Coming – Plant a Tree! said that, “for early Christians, the resurrection of Jesus launched God’s new creation upon the world,” … and “God’s kingdom would come […]
Here are 20 action items to start taking your church towards zero waste. What is something you could do today? Get a team together; you can’t do this alone! Someone familiar with the church kitchen is essential as most of your waste will be generated from […]
Carl Sigel A report issued on October 8, 2018 by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) gave the world a wake-up call. With greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions climbing and climate impacts becoming increasingly more severe, the urgency to address climate change has never been […]
Pastor Nancy Petty In our kitchen, sitting on the chopping block beside the sink, sits an old white antique soup tureen that Karla purchased at a flea market. For a number of years now, this eight-inch by eleven-inch tureen, has kicked into overdrive my obsessive-compulsive […]
Bill Schlesinger I could probably fill a bookcase with what’s been written about carbon fees, aka carbon taxes. I’ve written and blogged about a carbon tax before: (https://blogs.nicholas.duke.edu/citizenscientist/beyond-keystone-xl-how-to-win-the-war/ ). A new discussion of carbon fees seems particularly germane at this moment. William Nordhaus, a Yale […]