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 are some useful resources on creation care by A Rocha:

1. God’s Gardeners: Creation Care Stories from Singapore and Malaysia


Friends of A Rocha in Singapore has compiled a collection of stories on how ordinary Christians from different walks of life have humbly put their faith into radical action, and integrated the biblical ethos of creation care into the everyday. The book presents a refreshing local perspective on the distinctiveness of Christian environmental ethics, seeks to encourage fellow Christians on this creation care journey, and inspire those who have yet to begin.


God’s Gardeners: Creation Care Stories from Singapore and Malyasia by Melissa Ong & Prarthini M. Selveindran


2. Field notes podcast

A Rocha’s Field notes podcast, hosted by Peter Harris and Bryony Loveless, is an exploration of the ideas, practice and experience making a difference on the ground, through conversations with people who really know what they are talking about – from conservation scientists, explorers and biologists, to artists, entrepreneurs and theologians. With more than 10 episodes spanning a broad range of topics, you’re sure to find an episode that peaks your interest.


3. A Rocha blog

The A Rocha blog features thought leadership and stories on creation care. Their engaging blog posts also talks about current affairs with a touch of personal response, inspiring readers to reflect and take action in their own lives.


4. Reflection for beach clean-up

If you’re planning to conduct a beach clean-up, consider making time to dwell in God’s word before doing so. A Rocha has prepared materials for Christians to read and reflect on in preparation of the work that your hands will carry out.

Lastly, do consider supporting A Rocha through purchasing gifts for conservation and communities at https://shop.arocha.org/. The proceeds go towards the funding of projects and you will receive a card to remind you of the difference made under your name.