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A repository of our thoughts on Creation Care.

Creation Groans: Choosing to See and Hear

Creation Groans: Choosing to See and Hear Toh Wen Shien How do we keep ourselves informed about creation care, even as our modern lives seem so detached and far removed from the ongoing environmental crises?    One of my nascent personal experiences with the effects of climate change came in

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What is the Jamaica Call to Action?

What is the Jamaica Call to Action? The Jamaica Call to Action (JCTA) was the result of the Lausanne Global Consultation on Creation Care and the Gospel in 2012. Attended by theologians, church leaders, scientists and creation care practitioners, the aim was to build on the creation care components of

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What is the Cape Town Commitment?

What is the Cape Town Commitment? The Cape Town Commitment (CTC) is a comprehensive document that reflects the proceedings of The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, where over 4,000 Christian leaders from 198 countries gathered in Cape Town, South Africa, to discuss critical issues of the time as they

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Could fasting be an act of creation care?

Could fasting be an act of creation care? Fasting is the act of abstaining from something for a certain duration, as we take the time to humble ourselves and focus on seeking God. Many Christians commit to fasting during the season of Lent as an act of worship and preparation

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Special Feature: A Rocha

Special Feature: A Rocha An organisation that has been advancing the topic of creation care is A Rocha. Present in more than 20 countries globally, A Rocha is a family of Christian organizations which, inspired by God’s love, engages in scientific research, environmental education and community-based conservation projects.   Here

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How can I begin living out Creation Care?

How can I begin living out Creation Care? With an understanding that God has called us to be good stewards of His creation, we should take tangible steps to make a positive difference. There are so many ways to get involved that it can seem overwhelming. Here are some ideas

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Caring for Creation during Advent

Caring for Creation during Advent Two Sundays ago, the season of advent began again for the year. We know Advent is a time of preparation before Christmas 🎄, and it also marks the beginning of a new liturgical year for the Church 🗓. Advent has a fascinating history that we

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Who was St. Francis of Assisi?

Who was St. Francis of Assisi? The Season of Creation ends on the Feast Day of St. Francis. As protestant Christians, we might not be familiar with who he was.   Born circa 1181, Giovanni Francesco Bernardone was a son of a wealthy silk merchant. He led a lavish lifestyle, not

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Season of Creation

Season of Creation At Creation Care Singapore, we have been celebrating the Season of Creation with the global church since 2020. For the uninitiated, this post will share about what happens during the season, why we celebrate it, and when it takes place. Photo by Ravi Pinisetti on Unsplash  What is

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Creation Groans: Choosing to See and Hear

Creation Groans: Choosing to See and Hear Toh Wen Shien How do we keep ourselves informed about creation care, even as our modern lives seem so detached and far removed from the ongoing environmental crises?    One of my nascent personal experiences with the effects of climate change came in

Read More »

What is the Jamaica Call to Action?

What is the Jamaica Call to Action? The Jamaica Call to Action (JCTA) was the result of the Lausanne Global Consultation on Creation Care and the Gospel in 2012. Attended by theologians, church leaders, scientists and creation care practitioners, the aim was to build on the creation care components of

Read More »

What is the Cape Town Commitment?

What is the Cape Town Commitment? The Cape Town Commitment (CTC) is a comprehensive document that reflects the proceedings of The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, where over 4,000 Christian leaders from 198 countries gathered in Cape Town, South Africa, to discuss critical issues of the time as they

Read More »

Could fasting be an act of creation care?

Could fasting be an act of creation care? Fasting is the act of abstaining from something for a certain duration, as we take the time to humble ourselves and focus on seeking God. Many Christians commit to fasting during the season of Lent as an act of worship and preparation

Read More »

Special Feature: A Rocha

Special Feature: A Rocha An organisation that has been advancing the topic of creation care is A Rocha. Present in more than 20 countries globally, A Rocha is a family of Christian organizations which, inspired by God’s love, engages in scientific research, environmental education and community-based conservation projects.   Here

Read More »

How can I begin living out Creation Care?

How can I begin living out Creation Care? With an understanding that God has called us to be good stewards of His creation, we should take tangible steps to make a positive difference. There are so many ways to get involved that it can seem overwhelming. Here are some ideas

Read More »

Caring for Creation during Advent

Caring for Creation during Advent Two Sundays ago, the season of advent began again for the year. We know Advent is a time of preparation before Christmas 🎄, and it also marks the beginning of a new liturgical year for the Church 🗓. Advent has a fascinating history that we

Read More »

Who was St. Francis of Assisi?

Who was St. Francis of Assisi? The Season of Creation ends on the Feast Day of St. Francis. As protestant Christians, we might not be familiar with who he was.   Born circa 1181, Giovanni Francesco Bernardone was a son of a wealthy silk merchant. He led a lavish lifestyle, not

Read More »

Season of Creation

Season of Creation At Creation Care Singapore, we have been celebrating the Season of Creation with the global church since 2020. For the uninitiated, this post will share about what happens during the season, why we celebrate it, and when it takes place. Photo by Ravi Pinisetti on Unsplash  What is

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