Our part in the plan

Our part in the plan

On Sunday Geoff finished our series God Save the Planet: fires, floods and rising seas.

This message focussed on our part in God’s plan. Regardless of your views on exactly what, when and how the consequences of climate change will be, it’s important for Christians to look after God’s creation and look out for our neighbour. As we interact with different views on climate change we need to have those conversations with love and respect. As we consider our own lives, we need to find ways to play our part in looking after God’s creation. Our part in the plan includes active conversation and active conservation.

Here’s the video with Helen and Hugh that Geoff showed during the message:

Helen, who shared her journey on video, has kindly given us a helpful article called: 4 life changing brands for everyday heroes. You can find it here.

For more ideas on playing your part in God’s plan, you can continue to follow Helen’s journey on the Prized Life website or instagram.

Climate change is one of the most difficult topics in the world today. In the midst of the emotionally charged debate are some long-held beliefs by Christians that we need to take a closer look at.

We won’t settle the politics or the science but we will talk about how every Christian should approach the issue of climate change. Whether you’re a climate change advocate, denier, or somewhere in between, we need to talk about this together.

Each week we will explore a particular idea around Christians and Climate Change and some practical responses.

To find out more about what a visit to our church is like, visit this page: https://thelakes.org.au/welcome/

One Comment

  1. Peter Willison

    I am willing to seek out ways to improve my stewardship of the environment, but when it comes to politics I will not vote for a political party that allows or promotes ‘abortion to birth’ no matter how ambitious their carbon emissions promises might be. Revelation 9:20-21 is a verse that speaks of the future, of Gods sovereignty, and mans obstinance.

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