Churches, divinity schools, CBF and others see interest among Christians who want their food choices and ministries to reflect concern for the poor and the environment.
Persons of color much more likely to live in areas afflicted by pollution and other health hazards.
Our planet has a lot of water, about 370,000 gallons per person per year. While this may appear as good news, the gross mismanagement of water and the short-term profit-seeking goals of a few are jeopardizing our future.
A public hearing is scheduled to weigh the environmental benefits of renewable energy against the impact of introducing more than 90,000 solar panels into a forested mountain terrain.
An unlikely bond between environmental protestors and an East Texas Baptist church is opening the eyes and minds of both groups.
On top of choosing a president, voters across the nation next Tuesday will consider statewide measures covering a wide range of moral and social concerns.
A growing number of socially conscious Christians say it’s time that both presidential candidates tell the country what they plan to do about the problem of climate change.
Long a practice of the Catholic and Episcopal churches, animal blessing ceremonies are now cropping up in Baptist settings as creation and pets become more important to many Christians.