Discovering through Recreation how to Re-create!
creation care / environment / General CBF / Leadership Scholars / women in ministry

Discovering through Recreation how to Re-create!

By Tiffany Stubbs For a very long time, I’ve been able to find solace in being outside even when my insides were speaking the many languages of development.  From emerging early childhood to the awkwardness of puberty and the newfound identity of being a young adult, I found a space to just be and create … Continue reading

“Cultivate Abundance” is growing more than food, and doing it together, to sow a friendlier future
CBF Field Personnel / creation care / environment / Featured / Field Personnel / General CBF / immigration / Internationals Ministries / refugees

“Cultivate Abundance” is growing more than food, and doing it together, to sow a friendlier future

By Jennifer Colosimo In the southeastern U.S., the tiny town of Immokalee, Florida, is home to a growing population of migrant workers who make up a large part of the local workforce. They’re predominantly farmworkers who help grow millions of tons of food for exportation every year.  Ironically, for these residents, the place they call … Continue reading

The Earth Belongs to All
CBF Field Personnel / environment / Field Personnel Columns

The Earth Belongs to All

By Jeff Lee At the beginning of 2021, CBF Macedonia began a partnership with another organization. This partnership has the goal to create a community garden for a local community. We applied for a community impact grant from the British Embassy in the Republic of North Macedonia. We received 6,000 euros to establish the community … Continue reading

How Your Congregation Can Practice Creation Care & Combat Climate Change
environment

How Your Congregation Can Practice Creation Care & Combat Climate Change

By Chris West Dr. Donald Colliver’s interest in climate science began during his college years while working with a local electric cooperative where he met people struggling financially. During that time, he realized, ”that energy was a major expenditure and oftentimes wastefully used,” which sparked his interest in energy conservation and renewable alternatives. Today, Don … Continue reading